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Artist Feature: Roma Fulton - Flame and Lily

Delicate and graceful, the jewelry of Flame and Lily by Roma Fulton beautifully captures the colors and details of butterfly wings and feathers. Using both ethically-sourced natural elements and Moth and Myth paper butterflies, these pieces capitalize on the shimmer and shine of these fluttering creatures. We're delighted to share an interview discussing her inspirations and process! 

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Featured Artist: Roxy Schultz - Wild by Design

Portland-based artist Roxy Schultz creates gorgeous jewelry and mixed-media art featuring pressed botanicals and our paper moths and butterflies. Her one-of-a-kind pieces preserve the fleeting beauty of flowers so wonderfully, and capture the soft whimsy of spring. Our tiny Micro butterflies and moths are especially lovely in her delicate creations! Please visit her Shop and Instagram to learn more about pieces and availability!  All images and objects by Roxy Schultz, Wild by DesignInstagram @roxy.schultz

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Featured Artist: Siolo Thompson

Siolo Thompson designed the lovely cicada coloring book pages we are offering this month as part of our Customer Appreciation Week! A Pacific Northwest based illustrator/writer, Siolo’s work reflects a love of nature, travel, magic, books, and cuisine. Her imaginative projects have been published by Llewellyn Worldwide Publishing, McSweeny’s, Victoria’s Secret, Facebook, Astrology.com, and many others. From Llewellyn's 2021 Greenwitch Botanical Calendar In Siolo’s distinctive illustrations, intricate florals interweave with fanciful fauna. Soft splashes of color dance around her imagery, drawing the eye from one fantastic form to another. From the Hedgewitch Botanical Oracle Siolo's work is both enchanted with magic, while deeply rooted in the natural world. Simultaneously minimal and rich with hidden meanings, Siolo’s illustrations beckon us to another plain,...

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Moth & Myth's Simple Guide to Outstanding Product Photography

It can be a challenge as a new or experienced artist to take photos of your own work. As a tool for our lovely network of creators, we wanted to share our simple guide for shooting outstanding product photos with your phone! These are tips we've learned over time, and we think you might be able to benefit from them as well. All you need is a phone with a camera, a background, and a little patience and creativity.  LightingPick a spot that has natural lighting but not direct sun light. Natural lighting helps the color look the most accurate. A shaded outdoor patio is a great place to set up for your photoshoot! Avoid: Fluorescent, over head, and direct sunlight. Any light that skews...

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