From the Alison Hardcastle + Natural History Museum collaborative range.
The collection is made up of four main topics of interest; Gems, minerals and crystals, Flora, Butterflies and bugs and the Museum’s architecture.
This card was inspired by the museum's architecture. The museum's architect Alfred Waterhouse used terracotta for the entire building as this material was more resistant to Victorian London's harsh climate. Waterhouse used a mixture of Gothic Revival and twelth-century Romanesque-style architecture.
Each card is based around or taken directly from exhibits, archives and photographs researched by Alison at the museum and features text on the reverse which places each design within the Museum’s collection.
// Blank Inside
// Each card measures 10.5cm x 14.7cm
// Printed on 280 gsm uncoated paper stock
// Packed in a clear bag with a coordinating white envelope