A stretch of woods running through most of Canada, Russia, and Scandinavia and covering over 12 million square kilometres, the largely coniferous boreal stretches south from the edge of the arctic circle, and ends at winters snowy edge.
Did you know that Violets contains the chemical ionine and the power to short circuit our sense of smell?
That the leaves of Pyrola elliptica were once commonly applied to bruises, hence the common name Shinleaf, as in shin-plaster?
Did you know that the Pileated Woodpecker (Ceophloeus pileatus) mates for life?
These are just some of the fun facts assembled beneath this graphic interpretation of the Boreal Forest.
An open edition, 50 x 70 cm (19.69 by 27.56 inches), signed on the back and printed in midnight blue on white, 250 gram Rising Stonehenge paper.
This item will be shipped rolled in a paper tube.
THIS PRINT WILL BE SHIPPED BY REGULAR MAIL.
As seen in Frankie Magazine!