Plant Maria Schoettler’s Botanical Prints

They are ripe for the picking

When it comes to seasonal produce, you’ve done the dirty work and savored every last stalk.

Now make room for beautiful bounty without an expiration date with Maria Schoettler’s farmers market-inspired prints.

The Oakland-based artist and illustrator uses gouache (an opaque watercolor that allows for brighter hues and layering) to translate her love of fruits, veggies, and blooms into vibrant works of art.

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Woo a veg head with plant-centric prints honoring the seasons. Treat the next Alice Waters to charming recipe cards. For those who float above the Earth, thank-you cards bearing a ’70s-ish swirling sky print are a groovy alternative to standard letterpress. Our favorites: California flora postcards and a 2014 Eat Local calendar, printed on felt stock, starring ripe tomatoes, watermelon slices, and glossy cherries.

Up next, custom wedding invitations and more abstract works.

The beet goes on.

Available at Rare Device, 600 Divisadero Street, at Hayes Street (415-863-3969 or raredevice.net); at mariaschoettler.com, $12-$30.

Photos: Courtesy of Maria Schoettler

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600 Divisadero St
@ Hayes St
San Francisco, CA 94117