This is a beautiful, diamond-shaped pattern that I created from a small section of the reverse side of a sunset moth's lower wing. It features lovely shades of blue, silver, and green. The sunset moth, native to Madagascar, is the world's most color insect.
By taking hundreds of photos at nearly 200-power magnification, then, without altering color, adding any external designs, or "drawing" any artifacts into the design, I create the symmetrical pattern seen here. It's a painstaking, pixel-aligning process that uses state-of-the-art photographic methods intertwined with artistic design.
Each long scarf is 10x45 inches, perfect for tying, wrapping, or draping.
Butterfly Source: Sunset Moth