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Fascinated with the distressed textures of peeling wallpaper and decaying surfaces, it seemed like a natural leap for Bristol-based artist Rose Sanderson when she began painting various insects on the covers of old books.

“Painting the bugs on recycled book covers explores the narrative of life, e.g., the cycle of a moth or butterfly, or the fact that beetles feed from decay to create life.” 

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