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If you ever considered moths to be brown and dull, let this Pantone prove otherwise. Displaying an equally bright array of colours as their butterfly brethren, moths are our nocturnal rainbows.

30% of the original unframed price from each sale will be donated to Butterfly Conservation via Work for Good to promote butterfly and moth conservation projects. This is a limited edition of 500. 

    A Work for Good business


    • Unframed print: 150mm x 150mm¬†
    • Framed: 246mm x 246mm


    • Museum-quality Epson archival ink
    • 100% acid-free Platinum Etching 285gsm paper, made up of 25% cotton and 75% alphacellulose, offering a velvety, textured surface
    • Greater than 85-year print life
    • Printed by¬†Menor, photographic and fine art printing and framing specialists


    • Stelvio Light Walnut Flat FSC¬†¬ģ
    • 16mm (W) x 30mm (D)¬†
    • Supplied by¬†Centrado, product code 9982LW
    • Framed by¬†Menor, photographic and fine art printing and framing specialists
    • White and oak frame colours will soon be available - please email us at to discuss further


    • Black surface with white bevelled core
    • 32mm width
    • On the lower edge of the mount, the piece's title, edition number, artist signature and year of creation will be hand-written by the artist



    Images shown here have been optimised for web viewing from the 500ppi originals. The copyright statement '© Wren & Bee' will not appear on the print. A 'Wren & Bee' digitally embossed logo will be visible in the bottom-right corner of the print, as shown. 


    Moths were attracted to a Skinner light-box with 2x 20V actinic bulbs overnight and released the following morning. Locations included Essex, Dorset and Argyll & Bute. All individual photographs were taken between April-October 2022 using a Sony RX10 IV camera (20.1 megapixel sensor) with the following range of settings: ISO<1000, F2.4-4 aperture and 1/100-1/2000 shutter speed. In most cases, a flash was not required. Photos were subsequently cropped and collated in Photoshop. Note that in most cases, the legs and antennae of the moths have been digitally erased to aid collation.


    James Bashford is a neurology doctor, who devotes much of his spare time to the photography of moths, butterflies and birds. Passionate about the intimate relationships between the Earth, biodiversity and humans, his artwork attempts to raise awareness of the climate crisis. Each piece comes with a signed certificate of authenticity.

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      Delivery to a UK address is free for orders over £50, or £5.99 otherwise. Delivery to Europe is £14.99 and to a country outside of Europe is £23.99. When in stock, unframed and framed prints can be shipped within 1-3 working days. Otherwise, please allow 1-2 weeks for printing and shipping of unframed prints, and 2-4 weeks for printing, framing and shipping of framed prints.

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