Birch Polypore Print
This common white bracket fungus has many uses and has been utilised by humans for thousands of years. In the Bronze Age you made a brew from them to get rid of intestinal parasites, when the famous iceman Ötzi was found he had some Birch Polypore on a leather string around his neck. Bracket mushrooms like these were often used as tinder, and in more modern days some use the birch brackets to create paper.
Scientific name of fungi: Piptoporus betulinus
Dimensions: 21 x 30 cm
Paper: Thick, fine grain, environmentally friendly produced watercolour paper