This card features an image that has been adapted from a drawing of lower paleolithic hand-axes, or Acheulian bifacial tools, found at Upper Boyn Hill Terrace, Burnham Beeches, Buckinghamshire. From the Wellcome Collection.
Printed on acid free paper.
Measurements: 17 cm x 12 cm.
Comes with 120gsm recycled envelope.
The corvids, the crow family: adaptable, intelligent and robust, and with a sober beauty all their own. Here is a handy kitchen-window guide to the chief corvid species of western Eurasia, from the ubiquitous crows to the reclusive chough. Approximately 68 x 45 cm, with...
Leaves have been used as a natural food wrapping for millennia. Our leaf-shaped wraps are a reusable alternative to plastic kitchen wrap. Pack snacks, cover bowls of leftovers, wrap bread, sandwiches, vegetables or fruit as if using cling film. Each wrap lasts 120 - 150...
This gorgeous sheet of wrapping paper reproduces a vintage classroom chart, showing the parts of the flower. Printed on Cavallini's signature Italian archival paper, this fine gift wrap is good enough to be hung on the wall, or used in a variety of crafts. To...
There may be nothing unnatural in nature, but there's plenty that still seems fantastically strange - including the amazingly multifarious sex lives of animals. Sexus Animalis tells us everything we never dreamed we wanted to know about the reproductive systems, genitalia, and sexual practices of...