Introducing our British Butterflies augmented reality art print, the perfect tool for parents who want to inspire their kids to learn more about insects. Available in a choice of paper, including sustainable bamboo or classic matt, and sizes ranging from A4 to A2, this print is perfect for any budding enviro-scientist.
With our free augmented reality app, your child can scan the print and unlock a whole world of educational content. And, with 10% of sales for each Butterfly print donated to Windle International via Work for Good, you can feel good about supporting a great cause while giving your child the gift of education.
Our bamboo fine art prints are made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton, making them both natural and sustainable. The acid and lignin-free paper ensures an age-resistant print, while the inkjet, 12-colour Giclée print process provides in-depth reproduction of colours and fine details. Our matt fine art prints offer a smooth, bright white paper with a wide color gamut, making them perfect for displaying our stunning illustrations.
When your child scans the print with our AR app, they’ll discover fascinating content:
- diagrams of butterfly scales
- an animated video of a butterfly flapping its wings
- and a link to a webpage on butterflies and pollination.
Plus, they can learn how they can support butterflies in their own gardens and beyond.
The free companion UniteAR app is available on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, so you and your child can easily access our educational content.
Please note that older smart devices may not support AR content.
By purchasing our British Butterflies print, you’ll be supporting the work of Windle International, an organization that empowers people to make lasting changes in their own lives and communities. They provide access to quality education and training for refugees across East Africa and the Horn of Africa, support communities affected by conflict, and help those who have been marginalized in society.
So, not only will you be inspiring your child to learn about the environment, but you’ll also be helping to make a positive impact in the world.