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Britt Griswold <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 12 Oct 2011 13:09:27 -0400
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Faye might want to look at this Blog post for some inspiration:’t-steal-my-job/


On 10/12/11 12:31 PM, Catherine Wilson wrote:
> Hmmm... my first thought on this post is photography can never breath life into an
> herbarium specimen of a rare or extinct plant species.
> I wish I had more detailed information on the industry, but I know there will always be work for
> illustrators we just have to find it.
> All best,
> Cat
>     On 10/12/11 6:53 AM, Tania Marien wrote:
>         Dear All,
>         A Master's student, Faye Bainbridge, has this inquiry:
>         I'm studying illustration and design, Im hoping to find illustrators who might help with my MA
>         degree- I am wanting to speak to illustrators about the impact photography has had on the
>         illustration industry mainly the botanical area, but also interested what others think, I aim to
>         create a book of endangered plants in my area.
>         In my local area, Teesdale, England, I recently found out there are over 75 rare and endangered
>         plants here.
>         I'd love to play a part in raising awareness to this fact.
>         She has given me permission to forward her email address. If you would like to offer some
>         insight,
>         please contact Faye at [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>.
>         Thank you,
>         Tania
>         --
>         ArtPlantae LLC

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