We don’t often get to talk about what it’s like to live with a botanical print collection but, thanks to the growing popularity of digital printers, it’s become increasingly easier to share a print collection.
And while there are many options to make your own prints, the ones we’re talking about here are usually more expensive than the traditional versions.
We asked several botanical makers and hobbyists to share their experiences with the print industry.
We wanted to talk to people who love making prints and the hobby, but don’t have the financial means to make a print for themselves.
The best prints are the ones made with the help of a botanist or a licensed professional.
Here’s what we learned.