The Weird and Wonderful World of the Brendel Plant Model – Museum Crush

If you love museums and the incredible collections they hold, I highly recommend subscribing to the most excellent newsletter – Museum Crush. The latest issue brings this glorious collection of botanical plant models into focus.

“The petals are largely made from papier-mâché and then there are additions of small pieces of wood, canvas, rattan, glass beads and feathers to make the details. There are also some tiny features made with card and wool has been used to make flocking to represent hairiness. There’s a massive variety of materials used, but all are natural.”

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