Sun Fluttering (Print)
Sun Fluttering: Since antiquity, people have been fascinated by the transformation of a lifeless chrysalis into a butterfly. It is described as a sign of rebirth. And according to superstitions, witches were shifting into butterflies to steal cream and butter, giving the insect its name. Also well-known is “The Butterfly Effect” metaphor, used to depict the chaos theory in which a tiny insignificant flutter of a wing can start a storm in a faraway area. There are thousands of species on all continents, except for Antarctica. Many of those species are endangered due to loss of habitat, as some of them depend on specific landscapes or plants. Due to climate change, some species have started appearing in areas where they have not been seen before. But most of all, the butterfly is a wonder of nature captivating people all over the world with its delicate beauty.
- Concept & Design by Bienvenue Studios
- A3, 297 × 420 mm
- Daunendruck Natural 1.5, 200 g/m²
- Risograph Print, Drucksalon, Switzerland
- Edition: 200
Bienvenue Studios turns nature into visual culture. Our work is available in booklets, journals, cards and as prints in limited edition.