Commissioned botanical, natural science and cosmological illustrations for books, seed packages and publications. Studio Vegetalista has created work for Museo Nacional de Historia Natural de Chile, American Museum of Natural History, Deer Biology Congress, Hudson Seed Library, Darren Bader, Municipalidad de Vitacura, Revista Paula, Revista Viernes and Editorial Random House.
Books and Publications
Felipe Monsalve's second book edited by Random House in 2017. Horacio Larraín, Ana María Barón, Lorenzo Aillapán, José Marimán, and Ester Ballestero, are some of the 25 interviewed in this book discussing their relationship to the land and to indigenous cosmologies in Chile.
Felipe Monsalve's book edited by Random House in 2012. Humberto Maturana, Manfred Max-Neef, Douglas Tompkins, Gaston Soublette, Sergio Larrain, and Adriana Hoffmann, are some of the 23 interviewed in this book discussing the reasons why they left the system, their love for nature and how they achieved harmony and well-being in their lives.
Book edited by Municipalidad de Vitacura, Santiago, Chile about Bicentenario Park and its history in 2013.
Hudson Seed Library
The Hudson Seed Library Project is a small, independent, farm-based, and dedicated to responsible and participatory seed stewardship. All of our varieties are open-pollinated, non-GMO, beautiful and tasty.They have an open call each year for illustrators!
Rosa Bianca Eggplant Seed Package
Condor illustration commissioned by Revista Paula for an article about these iconic Chilean birds having to eat trash, 2012.
Deer Biology Congress
The International Deer Biology Congress (IDBC) aims at uniting professionals interested in wild deer biology, management and farmed deer production, to provide a forum to discuss common problems, and share knowledge and experiences. Some of the major topics covered include general deer biology and ecology, evolution, genetics, management, in-situ and ex-situ conservation, veterinary aspects, domestic deer farming, antler biology, and antler and venison production. The conservation biology of cervids will derive important benefits from activities related to deer production. The IDBC allows new relationships to be formed and hopefully spark new endeavors in cervid research, conservation, management and production.
Magazine section of Diario La Tercera dedicated to Medicinal Plants and its different uses that Geraldine Mackinnon and I illustrated during 2014.
Pino insigne illustration
Espuela de Galán
Quebracho Blanco illustration