Meg’s Museum, Digital Print

Meg’s Museum, Digital Print

Meg’s Museum, Digital Print


A black & white print of a miniature natural history collection!


Product Description

Here’s a print from a drawing I made while cat sitting for a friend with a great natural history collection!!! The specimens shown here include cicada exuvia and a single wing, seashells and pebbles, various seed pods, and a dried bird’s foot, possibly a turkey’s. There are nine bottles and jars in all, arranged on the 8.5×11 page, drawn with 01 micron.

This print is on 60# cardstock and comes in a clear plastic sleeve with cardboard backing. It would love to join your own natural history collection, or hang over your door, encouraging you to start observing and gathering!!

Meet the Maker

Hi friends, I'm Jam! I draw creatures, plants, buildings, things I find on the sidewalk, and unhinged still-life tableaus. For the last three years, I've worked as a family educator during free drop-in family programming at the Garfield Park Conservatory, making art in my free time. While I can't participate as directly right now, I still want to create work that helps people engage with urban biodiversity.  Shifting my focus to art full-time means I will be able to tackle larger projects that I've been working towards, such as self-published comics, character design, and larger multi-media works. Additionally, I love an excuse to participate in my multi-generational family vocation of mailing people weird art!

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