Nepenthes rajah Infinity Edition


  • Artist: François Sockhom Mey
  • Title: Nepenthes rajah on the slopes of Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo
  • Description: Known as the ‘king pitcher plant’, Nepenthes rajah produces the most voluminous traps of all carnivorous plants. It has a mutualistic partnership with summit rats, which lick nectar from the pitcher lids, but if the rats slip, they can be caught and killed within the plants’ enormous pitchers!
  • Infinity Edition: Printed signature on each piece of artwork. Extremely high-quality prints (museum quality) of this artwork (printed through a twelve-colour print process on exquisite artistic paper). Each piece of artwork comes with a video by the artist explaining and talking about the artwork in question, as well as a package of photographs, information and other materials relating to the artwork. Posted rolled in a shipping tube.
This artwork is printed at A2 size and posted rolled in a shipping tube. We can ship anywhere in the world.
Note: Redfern Natural History Productions is promoting the sale of the following artwork to support the creation of botanical art and raise money for Ark of Life. Revenue from the sale of the following artwork is split between the artist and Ark of Life to support the conservation of carnivorous plants. Redfern Natural History Productions does not receive any profits from the sale of artwork we promote.