Certified botanic: fill your walls with florals.


Floral and Insects by Laura Bell 

It’s May, ok? And we aren’t gonna pretend we haven’t been waiting to whip out our collection of floral editions since as soon as spring came on the scene. We’re 100% here for bouquets and buds in un-killable art form. Just look at these lush selects. Pick a few artful arrangements and boom: you’ve got a degree in botanical engineering.

Flower power is the real deal. Just a few fresh stems can totally transform a space, bringing a li’l bit of the outside in, brightening things up, and boosting moods to boot. Now take that bloom-induced buzz and give it serious staying power—that’s the beauty of floral art!

A few of our picks:


Confections (adorned) #14
by Amy Stevens


Caspian Nelumbium
by Sarah Ann Drake


Untitled #10
by Kent Rogowski 


Leucojam Varium
by Anna Atkins


Lovebirds
by Amy Ross


Weedwatching Wall Hanging
by Jen Hewett


Mister Rogers Portrait II
by Joan LeMay


Plate 47: Ruby-Throated Hummingbird
by John James Audubon


Flowers in a Glass Bowl
by Rachel Ruysch


New York (Peony)
by Gregory Krum


Lemur from Madagascar
by Jennifer Orkin Lewis


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