Santa is coming early to you this year! Levon Biss’ Microsculpture Calendar
We have 20 beautifully printed, timeless A1 Microsculpture Calendars (69cm x 48cm) to give away. If you would like one, email me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) “Yes Please!” in the subject header and your address in the email and we will get one sent to you.
Microsculpture, a unique photographic study of insects, is a groundbreaking collaboration between award-winning photographer Levon Biss and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The museum’s renowned entymology collection contains the world’s oldest pinned insect specimens – items collected by pioneering Victorian explorers and biologists such as Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace.
Each breathtakingly detailed photograph is comprised of approximately 8,000 individual images – a painstaking process where Biss lights and photographs segments of the specimen, then combines them to spectacular effect.
The vivid colours, unusual features, and never-before-seen details of the insects in Microsculpture capture the true wonders of nature and science.