Pedro Rodrigues

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Creatures of the order Carnivora vintage inspired by kelzuki

Creatures of the order Carnivora, Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 30 amazing bears, big cats, wolves, and more from the taxonomic order Carnivora. Printed in Minneapolis on acid fre

Créatures de l'ordre des lépidoptères-vintage par kelzuki sur Etsy

Creatures of the order Lepidoptera, Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 29 beautiful butterflies, moths, and skippers from the taxonomic order Lepidoptera.

These natural history art prints by Minneapolis-based illustrator Kelsey Oseid are high on my wish list. I’d love the beetles below in our den and wouldn’t they all be sweet in a nurser…

"Creatures of the order Strigiformes," Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 31 amazing owls from the taxonomic order Strigiformes. Printed in Minneapolis on acid free 80 cover.

Creatures of the class Chondrichthyes, 2016. Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 31 amazing sharks, rays, and chimaeras from the taxonomic class Chondrichthyes.   Print measures 12x18 inches. Printed in Minneapolis on acid free 80# Mohawk Superfine cover.  Packaged rolled with kraft tissue in a protective tube.

Creatures of the class Chondrichthyes, Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 31 amazing sharks, rays, and chimaeras from the taxonomic class Chondrichthyes. Printed in Minneapolis on acid

Creatures of the infraorder Cetacea, 2016. Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 30 amazing whales, dolphins, and porpoises from the taxonomic infraorder Cetacea.   Print measures 12x18 inches. Printed in Minneapolis on acid free 80# Mohawk Superfine cover.  Packaged rolled with kraft tissue in a protective tube.

"Creatures of the infraorder Cetacea," Art print of an illustration by Kelsey Oseid. This poster chronicles 30 amazing whales, dolphins, and porpoises from the taxonomic infraorder Cetacea. Printed in Minneapolis on acid free 80