Sarah Garzoni Creates Beautiful Printed Butterflies Using Inkjet Printer

by , 08/31/11
filed under: Art, Design

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The stunning collection includes company logos and strong links to consumerism: subtle hints towards a concept beyond the striking images of the butterflies themselves.

By taking a fragile and delicate household creature like the butterfly, and imposing a strong logo or name, Garzoni’s work reimagines the powerful potential of consumerism and advertising through a thoughtful collection of designs.

+ Sarah Garzoni

Via This is Colossal

Images courtesy of Sarah Garzoni

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  1. Lyn Martin August 17, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    I’m not understanding this … does the artist use a printer to print directly on a real butterfly’s wings? (Therefor making the butterfly the canvas.) Or is this printed on paper using the image of a butterfly?

  2. prom dress shop September 2, 2011 at 7:33 am

    It’ s entirely considera rt ousr mentteat deal simpler and thriftier to know your aspiration for model and elegance.

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