I'm really happy to share with you my latest piece, called "Fruit of the Womb: The Botanical Classification of Fruit". This piece communicates the floral origins of fruit, showing how some floral parts morph and change during maturation to form the flesh, seeds, or other parts of fruit. The most exciting part of this piece, in my opinion, is the demonstration of how some flowers become the foods that many of us don't traditionally consider as fruit! It was one
And that means time for an update!
This piece is one of my favourites - it was inspired by my love for cephalopods, and in creating it 5 years ago, I was dreaming up methods to share my interest for them in a visually exciting way. One of the coolest things I always appreciated about cephalopods was that they had beaks - that's right, beaks! Just like the ones you see on birds! - but wanted to expand the narrative to encompass multiple species in this order. This is essentia