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Shiraleah Assorted Wallace Hexagonal Boxes (Set of 3) Shiraleah Assorted Wallace Hexagonal Boxes (Set of 3) More Info Product cell

Assorted Wallace Hexagonal Boxes: Set of three brass boxes Features glass panels D-ring lid handle " material="Brass and glass"

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Amostra Box (one box) Amostra Box (one box) More Info Product cell

Amostra Box: Hand polished lucite box Features an abstract design Inspired by viewing gemstones through a looking glass Measurements: include all three sizes. Small measures 5.5" W x 3.75" D x 3" H Medium measures 6.5" W x 4.75" D x 3.5" H Large measures 8.5" W x 6.25" D x 4" H Due to its handmade nature, variations in size and color can be expected and are an intentional and desirable aspect of this product. " material="Lucite"

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Safavieh Couture Ebba Box Safavieh Couture Ebba Box More Info Product cell

Ebba Box: Square box with velvet lining Made of wood, metal and faux shagreen Features a top lid and keyhole Measurements: 11.5" SQ. x 3.25" H " material="MDF, metal, velvet, faux shagreen and ray resin" origin="Vietnam"

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Rectangular Mirror Rectangular Mirror More Info Product cell

Rectangular Mirror: Wooden framed mirror Features a weathered finish " material="Wood and glass"

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Square Embossed Ostrich Skin Box Square Embossed Ostrich Skin Box More Info Product cell

Square Embossed Ostrich Skin Box: Polyresin box with lid Features an embossed design " material="Polyresin"

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Alfonso Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) Alfonso Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Alfonso Urchins: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Sea Urchin shell (also known as a "test") reveals a five-fold symmetry not easily recognizable before its spines are removed. This pentamerism links them genetically to brittle stars and starfish, but also becomes the subtle design element that draws the viewer in to closer observation. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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XL Sandfire Dragon (Shadow Box Frame) XL Sandfire Dragon (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

XL Sandfire Dragon: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame One of a kind Like all of the organisms in the Reclamation line, this specimen died of natural or incidental causes in captivity. Christopher Marley utilizes a network of hundreds of museums, zoos, breeders and other organizations dedicated to the husbandry of animals to acquire rare or pristine vertebrate specimens that would otherwise be discarded. Each is exquisitely prepared, preserved, and hermetically sealed. Every piece is truly unique. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Female Goliath Birdwing (Shadow Box Frame) Female Goliath Birdwing (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Female Goliath Birdwing: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Female Goliath Birdwing is the second largest butterfly in the world. As an internationally protected species, only captive-bred individuals resulting from propagation programs are used. Though rarely seen in collections, much less artwork, it is one of the worlds most impressive species. For our fans around the globe, the birdwing species that we carry cannot be exported from the United States. We will be happy to help you find an alternative piece to match what you are looking for. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Bosque Small Box Bosque Small Box More Info Product cell

Bosque Small Box: Solid acacia wood box Quartz stones on top Measurements: 4.75" SQ. x 3.75"-6" H " material="Acacia wood and quartz stones"

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Elymnias by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) Elymnias by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Elymnias: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The largely ignored genus of butterflies called Elymnias is one of my very favorites. Their surreally tie-dyed markings are conspicuously out of place among their much more commonly colored cousins in the family of Satyridae. This species tends to vary widely in tone according to locality and of course, the most beautiful color forms are only found in the most remote locations, so their availability can be sporadic. The white butterflies that accent them are the perennial Cabbage Whites from the Philippines. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box"

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Adorado Agate/Lucite Box Adorado Agate/Lucite Box More Info Product cell

Adorado Agate/Lucite Box: Rectangular handcrafted box Made of lucite with ancient, hand-carved stones Features an abstract design Measurements: Small measures 2.5" W x 1.75" D x 1.25" H Medium measures 3.5" W x 2.5" D x 1.5" H Large measures 4" W x 3" D x 1.5" H Due to its handmade nature, variations in size and color can be expected and are an intentional and desirable aspect of this product. " material="Lucite and stones" origin="United States"

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Bey-Berk Multi Jewelry Box Bey-Berk Multi Jewelry Box More Info Product cell

Multi Jewelry Box: Solid wood jewelry box Features removable tray, multi-compartments and necklace hangers Keeps valuables under lock and key Measurements: 11" W x 8" D x 4" H " material="Solid wood" origin="China"

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Torre & Tagus Notable Fox Umbrella Stand Torre & Tagus Notable Fox Umbrella Stand More Info Product cell

Notable Fox Umbrella Stand: Ceramic umbrella stand Features a chess inspired design Measurements: 9" DIA x 23.25" H " material="Ceramic" origin="China"

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Safavieh Couture Neiva Box Safavieh Couture Neiva Box More Info Product cell

Neiva Box: Rectangular box with velvet lining Made of wood, faux shagreen and metal Features a top lid and keyhole Inspired by jewel boxes of European royalty created by master artisans Measurements: 12.5" W x 9.75" D x 5.5" H " material="MDF, metal, velvet and faux shagreen and ray resin" origin="Vietnam"

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Azure Damselfly Diamond (Shadow Box Frame) Azure Damselfly Diamond (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Azure Damselfly Diamond: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame Possibly the most beautiful damselfly I have ever encountered, this species of Zygoptera can be found on several islands in the South Pacific. It is a helpful predator of biting pests such as mosquitoes and flies. Its remarkable metallic coloration is almost entirely structural, making it one of the most colorfast of all Damselflies. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Seafoam Urchins by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) Seafoam Urchins by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Seafoam Urchins: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Sea Urchin shell (also known as a "test") reveals a five-fold symmetry not easily recognizable before its spines are removed. This pentamerism links them genetically to brittle stars and starfish, but also becomes the subtle design element that draws the viewer in to closer observation. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box"

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Strawberry Tops on Graphite (Shadow Box Frame) Strawberry Tops on Graphite (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Strawberry Tops on Graphite: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The naturally red colored Trochus shell, Clanculus puniceus is given the common name "Strawberry Top" for obvious reasons. Trochidae is an incredibly ubiquitous and diverse family of marine gastropods, occurring in all oceans the world over. They are generally scavenging snails preferring algae or detritus. Each Pheromone piece is designed by artist Christopher Marley to create a singular union of exceptional organic artifact and crisp, elegant aesthetic. Preserved compositions on archival materials are hermetically sealed to ensure many years of enjoyment. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art." material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="United States"

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Urchin Zodiac (Shadow Box Frame) Urchin Zodiac (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Urchin Zodiac: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Sea Urchin shell (also known as a "test") reveals a five-fold symmetry not easily recognizable before its spines are removed. This pentamerism links them genetically to brittle stars and starfish, but also becomes the subtle design element that draws the viewer in to closer observation. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Seafoam Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) Seafoam Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Seafoam Urchins: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Sea Urchin shell (also known as a "test") reveals a five-fold symmetry not easily recognizable before its spines are removed. This pentamerism links them genetically to brittle stars and starfish, but also becomes the subtle design element that draws the viewer in to closer observation. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="United States"

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Sipder Ball Python by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) Sipder Ball Python by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Sipder Ball Python: Three-panel natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame Like all of the organisms in the reclamation line, this specimen died of natural or incidental causes in captivity. Christopher Marley utilizes a network of hundreds of museums, zoos, breeders and other organizations dedicated to the husbandry of animals to acquire rare or pristine vertebrate specimens that would otherwise be discarded. Each is exquisitely prepared, preserved, and hermetically sealed. Every piece is truly unique and many are one of a kind. The specimen shown is the one you will receive. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box"

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Roughneck Monitor (Shadow Box Frame) Roughneck Monitor (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Roughneck Monitor: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame One of a kind Like all of the organisms in the Reclamation line, this specimen died of natural or incidental causes in captivity. Christopher Marley utilizes a network of hundreds of museums, zoos, breeders and other organizations dedicated to the husbandry of animals to acquire rare or pristine vertebrate specimens that would otherwise be discarded. Each is exquisitely prepared, preserved, and hermetically sealed. Every piece is truly unique. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Argante Ellipse (Shadow Box Frame) Argante Ellipse (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Argante Ellipse: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The latest incarnation of the Ellipse series features one of the most ubiquitous of all South American butterflies. Phoebis aragonite is found throughout South America year round and is known to congregate in large numbers especially around sandy riverbanks. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Lilac Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) Lilac Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Lilac Urchins: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Sea Urchin shell (also known as a "test") reveals a five-fold symmetry not easily recognizable before its spines are removed. This pentamerism links them genetically to brittle stars and starfish, but also becomes the subtle design element that draws the viewer in to closer observation. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Sundial Zodiac (Shadow Box Frame) Sundial Zodiac (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Sundial Zodiac: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame Sundials (Architectonicidae) are a prolific, almost ubiquitous mollusk inhabiting shallow, sandy waters of both coasts of north and south America. This is a predaceous snail that feeds on sea anemones and jellyfish and similar lower organisms. Their intricate, psychedelic design is always slightly unique, adding to a kaleidoscopic effect. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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African Turbos (Shadow Box Frame) African Turbos (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

African Turbos: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame Turbo sarmaticus is a Marine gastropod occurring off the coast of South Africa that is truly a gem among mollusks. The shells are lightly polished to reveal the fiery mother-of- pearl between deeply defined sutures. The composition reveals just how distinct yet equally captivating each specimen is. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="United States"

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Wings (Shadow Box Frame) Wings (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Wings: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Clearwing butterflies hail from an otherwise dull family of small butterflies called "browns." They are utterly unique creatures as their wings are almost entirely transparent except for the marked veins and a light flush of color on the hindwings. The shadow that is cast by the veins and markings of the wings is visible through the translucent scales resulting in an unusually three-dimensional effect on white. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Solar Trio (Shadow Box Frame) Solar Trio (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Solar Trio: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame All species in the family of whites and sulphers, Phoebis, are abundant butterflies that range through much of South America. They are much more richly colored than most of their pale New World relatives and the deeper coloration is much more durable. Solar is a perfect choice for brightening up a room or for keeping an eye on springtime year round. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Gloss Swallowtails (Shadow Box Frame) Gloss Swallowtails (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Gloss Swallowtails: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Gloss Swallowtails are a remarkable tribe of butterflies each featuring a peacock feather "eye" on the hindwings. There are dozens of species, but all boast bright metallic greens and blues surrounded by luxurious velvet black. The black appears to be airbrushed with impossibly fine specks of bright green or blue: a gorgeous piece that only improves upon closer examination. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Crocodile Skink (Shadow Box Frame) Crocodile Skink (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Crocodile Skink: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame One of a kind Like all of the organisms in the Reclamation line, this specimen died of natural or incidental causes in captivity. Christopher Marley utilizes a network of hundreds of museums, zoos, breeders and other organizations dedicated to the husbandry of animals to acquire rare or pristine vertebrate specimens that would otherwise be discarded. Each is exquisitely prepared, preserved, and hermetically sealed. Every piece is truly unique. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Water Monitor (Shadow Box Frame) Water Monitor (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Water Monitor: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame One of a kind Like all of the organisms in the Reclamation line, this specimen died of natural or incidental causes in captivity. Christopher Marley utilizes a network of hundreds of museums, zoos, breeders and other organizations dedicated to the husbandry of animals to acquire rare or pristine vertebrate specimens that would otherwise be discarded. Each is exquisitely prepared, preserved, and hermetically sealed. Every piece is truly unique. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="United States"

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Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) Urchins (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Urchins: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The Sea Urchin shell (also known as a "test") reveals a five-fold symmetry not easily recognizable before its spines are removed. This pentamerism links them genetically to brittle stars and starfish, but also becomes the subtle design element that draws the viewer in to closer observation. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="United States"

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Cone Shells (Shadow Box Frame) Cone Shells (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Cone Shells: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame Each Pheromone piece is designed by artist Christopher Marley to create a singular union of exceptional organic artifact and crisp, elegant aesthetic. Preserved compositions on archival materials are hermetically sealed to ensure many years of enjoyment. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Imperial Cicada by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) Imperial Cicada by Christopher Marley (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Imperial Cicada: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The largest cicada in the world is also one of the loudest and, according to locals in its native Malaysia, the tastiest. Its unusual call differs from that of American cicada, sounding more like an extremely vocal primate than an insect. Cicadas, though startling in appearance and sound, and harmful to many crops and trees, are nevertheless harmless to humans and remain an important food source in Latin America and Asia. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box"

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Damselfly Wash (Shadow Box Frame) Damselfly Wash (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Damselfly Wash: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame An exceedingly isolated and remote habitat in the Philippines makes this -- perhaps the most richly colored of all damselflies -- a nearly impossible sight by human eyes. I have been in search of the habitat for this rare species of Zygoptera for some time now and am pleased to be able to report that it is quite abundant in its native habitat, though that habitat is nearly impossible to reach. Males and Females differ little, though coloration can vary somewhat from emerald-blue to true, deep cobalt blue, with mottled coloration occurring in some specimens. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Celestina (Shadow Box Frame) Celestina (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Celestina: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame The delicate silver to sky blue hues in this rendition of Celestina are found on two different species of Pareronia butterflies from two locales in Indonesia. The larger (Pareronia trite) is similar in coloration on the recto (top) side of its wings, but underneath it displays a uniquely frosted silver chroma which complements the more dramatic markings of the smaller Pareronia valeria divinely. Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Cerulean Butterflies (Shadow Box Frame) Cerulean Butterflies (Shadow Box Frame) More Info Product cell

Cerulean Butterflies: Natural artifact Arranged and displayed in a museum quality shadow box frame Morpho and Lycaenidae Butterfly Species. If it seems that I use a lot of Morpho butterflies in my work, it is because they can scarcely be improved upon as a palette of luminescent color, except to add a touch of order. Here I've combined the striking luminescence of the Morpho family with the rich hues of the Lycaenidae butterflies to form a universally pleasing palette Christopher Marley is an artist, designer, photographer and author who uses preserved natural specimens as his medium. He grew up in the Pacific Northwest, then spent over a decade working in dozens of countries in fashion advertising. During his extensive travels, Marley found that there were still enigmatic organisms and minerals to be discovered in each country. His passion for crisp design collided with serendipitous encounters with exquisite insects, minerals, fossils, botanicals and deep sea organisms, and the Christopher Marley lines were created. Marley collects or reclaims his subjects in an environmentally sensitive manner using a worldwide network of people and institutions that share his passion for nature. With a brilliant eye for color, pattern, and texture, Marley explores the deep relationships between vastly different natural objects and the love and unity we intrinsically feel with them and nature as a whole. He maintains design studios in Oregon and Malaysia where he develops innovative methods to preserve natural artifacts of all kinds. His three dimensional art pieces are sold and acclaimed worldwide. His popular first book, Pheromone (Pomegranate, 2008) focused on his artwork with insects and was named one of the best books of the year by The Times (UK). His second book, New York Times Best Selling Biophilia (Abrams, 2015) starts with Marley's work with insects and moves on to aquatic life, reptiles, birds, plants, and minerals. His work is a tribute to living things and the joy they bring, in the form of exquisite works of art. " material="Natural artifact and shadow box" origin="Malaysia"

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Rectangular Embossed Ostrich Skin Box: Polyresin box with lid Features an embossed design " material="Polyresin"

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Palermo Medium Jewelry Box

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Oval Globe Trotter Boxes (Set of 2) Oval Globe Trotter Boxes (Set of 2) More Info Product cell

Oval Globe Trotter Boxes: Set of two wooden boxes Wrapped in burlap fabric Stitched polyurethane accents on top and bottom edges Weathered finish locks Measurements: Small measures 6" W x 4" D x 14" H Large measures 7" W x 6" D x 15" H " material="90% MDF, 9% burlap fabric and 1% polyurethane" origin="China"

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Elephant Trinket Box: Bone trinket box Features a lid with graphic design Real bone Please note, due to the presence of bone, this product cannot be shipped internationally" material="Bone"

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