A gorgeous moth pauses for an instant so we can admire her beauty. Folk art motifs frame her bold patterning.
Why moths? “I started drawing moths at my lake because they’re more abundant and available for observation than butterflies. They’re always hanging around the porch screens or lights. Butterflies get all the attention, but moths are more a part of our lives, and worth celebrating.” – Katrin Leblond.
Rectangular size 26”x16” is perfect for couch, bed or armchair.
Artwork by Katrin Leblond.
Works well as a set with our other Moth pillow. Adds a pop of colour and interest to your neutral couch.
Pairs with our matching poster.
$20 from every pillow sale supports The Mother Tree Project!
We’re proud to be donating to an environmental project whose focus on trees and mycelial networks is close to our hearts and has inspired our artwork.
This environmental charity and innovative research project investigates forest renewal practices that will protect biodiversity, carbon storage and forest regeneration as climate changes.
Led by Dr. Suzanne Simard, forest ecology professor at the University of British Columbia, the Mother Tree Project brings together academia, government, forestry companies, research forests, community forests and First Nations to identify and design successful forest renewal practices. (Quoted from mothertreeproject.org)
"Vive la forêt !" – Suzanne Simard, Forest Ecologist, Finding The Mother Tree
Designed and made ethically in Quebec, Canada. We care about who makes our clothes just as much as who they are made for. Sold directly to you, leaving out the wholesale margin - honest and fair pricing.