Own a piece of original artwork with this Limited Edition linoprint featuring Penny Bun (also known as Cep and Porcini) and Oak as part of my Mycorrhizal Series of prints, which I've created to raise awareness of these fascinating partnerships.
Mycorrhizal fungi are those that have symbiotic relationships with plants and trees and form and important part of our ecosystems. The fungi help locate the hard-to-find phosphorous which is passed onto the trees and plants. They in turn return energy to the fungi in the form of sugars they obtain by way of photosynthesis. We see beneficial relationships like this occurring all over nature and fungi are often referred to as the original World Wide Web.
I have hand burnished the artwork onto 250gsm white Strathmore River Point paper with deckled edges and the total size of the print is 8 x 8 inches.
When you purchase this print, you are also supporting reforestation by paying for the planting and care of one tree under the One Tree Planted scheme.
Your print is completely unique and will contain slight differences as part of the hand-pressing process, adding to its uniqueness and charm. As a result, the print shown in the photo is for illustrative purposes only - frame and accessories not included.
Your print is one of a limited run of 40, numbered in pencil at the bottom (e.g. 1/40), titled and signed by me. Your print will be delivered to you float mounted onto recycled greyboard and packed in a compostable cellulose bag for added protection.