Botanical Prints By Pernille Møller Folcarelli

October 25, 2013 0

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It is no secret that I am an enthusiastic urban jungle blogger and that I love greens in homes. On the other hand, I absolutely understand and accept that plants in homes is not everybody’s cup of tea. But what about bringing the botanicals on your walls? How about the eternal beauty of immortalized, delicate leafs, twigs or feathers as unique, handmade art prints? Sounds interesting? Then take a look at the sublime work of the Danish artist Pernille Møller Folcarelli.


Pernille has always been fascinated by the botanical universe of plants and trees. For her latest series of graphic prints she is using natural materials such as leafs, twigs and feathers collected directly from her garden in Denmark. She works with a graphic press in her studio and uses the natural materials directly in the printing process thus creating unique, handmade prints that reflect the individuality of every piece of nature immortalized in her work.


The colour palette of the botanical prints is predominately black and white with hues inspired by Nordic nature. To me, these prints look like a perfect detail to Scandinavian inspired interiors. My personal favorite is the prints with three fig leaves. All her prints are available through her website for purchase. 

What do you think of Pernille’s work?


Photography via Pernille Møller Folcarelli
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  • Reply Elisabetta October 25, 2013 at 10:42

    I think they are perfect for a Scandinavian style interior too…the photos are really lovely!thx for sharing!

  • Reply _rheingruen October 25, 2013 at 11:46

    I like these prints very much. They remind me oft a happy summerday in the garden. Iris

  • Reply kiki October 25, 2013 at 12:56

    So nice, especially in autumn!!!
    Kiki

  • Reply Igor Josifovic October 25, 2013 at 13:40

    Moreover, I just learned from a friend that looking at nature inspired art/images has almost the same calming effect as being in nature. Another reason to get one of those beautiful botanical prints:-)

    • Reply Laura Rowley October 25, 2013 at 15:56

      I love the botanical images especially the negative photo effect. It is almost like someone has used an x-ray instead of a graphic press.

  • Reply Galina October 26, 2013 at 07:10

    Pernille makes a beautiful prints. My favorite is feather’s print .
    If take 4 prints of the feathers with different colors ,it’s will be perfect.

  • Reply Shelley Jacobsen October 26, 2013 at 14:21

    Love this curated, gallery wall with the most beautiful prints…gives it a great organic feel:)

  • Reply caroline@trend-daily October 27, 2013 at 07:53

    Oh Igor- I just discovered her work this week too and am putting a post together! I feel just like you-it is absolutely stunning and perfect for those who don’t necessarily like house plants. A great post on beAutiful products-LOVE it! 🙂

  • Reply gudy herder October 28, 2013 at 19:02

    Oh, what a find! I am not too much into the botanical hype but these are really different! And the pictures are so beautifully styled!
    Seems your new Mac is alreadycreating amazing posts…:-)))

  • Reply karenanita October 29, 2013 at 12:23

    These are gorgeous. Particularly in the monochrome. Think they would look gorgeous in a guest bedroom – lovely and neutral, but modern too. Karen x

  • Reply Iro - Ivy October 30, 2013 at 13:28

    my heart skipped a few beats… I rushed down the post to watch every picture!
    pure l o v e for sure… now I’ll go up again enjoying also reading your post ; )

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