Curious Prints is a woman-owned business in Austin, Texas that specializes in the reprinting of classic handmade posters with archival ink and paper. The art is digitally printed on high-quality acid-free and archival matte paper. Each print is packaged in a sealed clear sleeve with a matte backing and includes an info card with the history of the art
Lunar Phases is by Athanasius Kircher, a 17th-century German Jesuit scholar. Kircher has been compared to Leonardo da Vinci for his enormous range of interests and has been honored with the title Master of a Hundred Arts.
Tarot Card Chart comes from an antique version of “The Illustrated Key to the Tarot” by LW de Laurence (published in 1918).
Astronomy Moon Map features a reproduction of a vintage celestial map from “Celestial Atlas: Comprising A Systematic Display of the Heavens in a Series of Thirty Maps” by British author Alexander Jamieson, published in 1822.
Palmistry Guide features a reproduction of a vintage palmistry print.
Haeckel Hummingbird Print is from "Kunstformen der Natur (Art Forms of Nature)", a book of prints by German biologist, Ernst Haeckel.
Botanical Hibiscus Print is an antique chromolithograph published circa 1896-97 by Frederick Warne & Co. The text is titled "Favourite Flowers of Garden and Greenhouse" by Edward Step and William Waton.
Botanical Almond Blossom is from a vintage botanical educational plate from the German duo Zippel and Bollmann. The two produced a large number of educational botanical wall charts between 1876 and 1899.
Botanical Cannabis Sativa is from Kohler’s Medicinal Plants, a German medicinal guide published by Franz Eugen Köhler (1887). It contains chromolithography plates by illustrators W. Müller, C.F. Schmidt, and K. Gunther.
Geology Minerals is a reproduction of a vintage German educational chart.
Seguy/French Butterfly Patterns 1, 2, 3, Moth and Dragonfly Prints are original art by French entomologist and artist Eugène Séguy from the early 1920s. He was a French entomologist and artist who specialized in winged insects.