These luxury greeting cards are printed on beautifully textured recycled paper. Drawn using a traditional nib and Indian ink by Australian artist Nathan Ferlazzo, these illustrations explore the extreme evolution between flora and fauna, seeing the two bound together in surreal formations. Each card comes in its own plastic sleeve with a recycled envelope. A beautiful addition to any gift or give on their own to mark special occasions and celebrations throughout the year.
Marini Ferlazzo's founder and artist, Nathan Ferlazzo, shares his love of nature and wildlife through his intricate pen and ink illustrations. Nathan’s aim, with his unique artworks of interwoven botanicals and wildlife, is to capture the imagination of people in a way that inspires them into active conservation of these species. Marini Ferlazzo is based in Melbourne, Australia and works alongside not-for-profit organisations to support wildlife conservation around the world. It's founder and artist, Nathan Ferlazzo, shares his love of nature and wildlife through his intricate pen and ink illustrations, aiming to capture the imagination of people in a way that inspires them into active conservation of these species. With a share of each sale donated to wildlife conservation, your purchase supports a more sustainable future for our planet.
Using the highest quality archival papers for limited edition prints and 100% recycled paper for luxury greeting cards, the range is constantly expanding with beautifully crafted products. With a share of each sale donated to organisations like World Animal Protection, your purchase supports a more sustainable future for our planet. Marini Ferlazzo is always exploring creative ways to help raise funds and awareness for the world's wildlife and welcomes partnerships with like minded businesses.
Minimizing the environmental impact of our products is important to Marini Ferlazzo, that's why they only use 100% recycled paper for our greeting cards, bookmarks and gift wrap. The stock they choose is also acid free and manufactured without chlorine. The manufacturers of the paper in Austria and the UK have ISO 14001 Environmental Management System in use (explained below). Their giclée prints are archival quality. They are printed using pigment-based inks on 100% cotton mould-made paper from Lorraine, France. This is the same paper Nathan uses for the original illustration and is considered one of the finest art papers in the world.