I was in high school when I began noticing the cold weather visitors that were creeping into our house and were then collecting en masse in the glass bases of our light fixtures a few weeks later. Maybe it was their slow, purposeful crawling on the windowpanes to escape the cold, or the common cultural belief in their luckiness, but ladybugs have always been welcome in my home or on my shoulder. This is the third print in our Natural Curiosity series. The series is a collection of prints that pays tribute to those life forms (animal and plant) that we wish we could have under our magnifying glass or preserved on our wall to admire their intricate beauty and purpose. This print has a letterpress illustration of the ladybug with both its common and scientific name printed below. Also available in our Discoverer's Collection.
Little Known Fact: A ladybug’s jaws chew from side to side instead of up and down like our jaws.
- 5" x 7"
- Letterpress Printed
- 100% Pure Cotton Soft White Cover Paper
- Beautiful framed on a wall or propped up on a mantle or desk