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Pollinators spread pollen from one flower to another, fertilizing the plant & continuing its life cycle to the next generation. Once a flower is pollinated, it produces fruit & seeds, which continue the life cycle and support life in the ecosystem.

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Intersectional Pollinators limited edition riso print

Note: This is the design for the print, but once they're printed on the risograph they'll look different — photos of the actual prints are coming soon!

Meet Paradise Khanmalek

Paradise Khanmalek is a visual artist, writer, and graphic designer exploring science fiction, color theory, the fabric of reality, and the sensual richness of our world through digital and mixed mediums. Their general interests include science, cultural analyses, delicious food, and nature. They are Iranian American and from Los Angeles, California.


While making my illustration for the Intersectional Pollinator print, I was inspired by the actual pollination process in nature, especially with flowers. I visualized single units of pollen as the star shapes repeated in the center graphic. I felt called to represent flowers and abstract pollen inspired shapes in a flat minimalist style inspired by traditional Iranian textile and carpet design that I regularly draw inspiration from. I have also been investigating the parallels between natural micro units in physical reality (like pollen and even atoms and subatomic particles) with digital units (pixels). I included the portrait in the center to incorporate a human element into the pollination/garden theme. I wanted to illustrate the idea that humans can pollinate one another, lift each other up, and grow healthy grass roots communities the same way flowers in a garden can.

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