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Natural History Museum expands partnership

Museum grows art print collection with online design brand with new ‘untamed’ additions.

The Natural History Museum has once again partnered with online design brand, MADE.COM, to develop its third collaborative capsule collection of nature inspired art prints, this time with a mammalian theme running throughout.

The bold new additions – which feature illustrations of a jaguar, tiger, giraffe and Cape mountain zebra – have all been taken from the Museum’s vast artwork collection and archives.

The designs are available in a range of formats.

“We’re delighted to be working once again with the team at and are excited to see these striking new prints added into the wider range,” commented Maxine Lister, head of licensing at the Natural History Museum.

Ruth Wassermann, design director at, added: “The Natural History Museum prints are timeless classics and as such are at home in so many different types of spaces, especially as we try to connect our homes to the natural world more these days.

“The existing works have really resonated with our customers and we’re excited to be extending the collection with this new series of wild animals.”

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