My major in college was officially titled “Humanities: Studies in Interdisciplinary Culture,” a fancy way of saying my department specialized in not quite being able to choose a single category to study. Maybe that’s why I’m attracted to the spectacularly eclectic intersections of photography, floral art, and illustration I’ve been seeing lately. Kari Herer’s flower detailed rabbits are my favorite (I’ve been on a bunny kick recently), but something about the simple sophistication of The Sketching Backpacker’s botanical-and-ink doodles is especially intriguing.

The Sketching Backpacker

Kari Herer

Dietlind Wolf

One Response to “Interdisciplinary”
  1. Kate says:

    Absolutely beautiful!

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