Dale Rogers and his fantastic fossil wall art

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Animals are one of the most inspirational creatures on earth and there are a lot of ways to catch their beauty. One of them is fossilising. Learn more about fossils and how Dale Rogers creates the most fantastic fossil wall art.

Things you have to know about fossils

Fossilising means the marks, or conservation, in stone of the remains of animals or botanicals. When you hear the word ‘fossil’ most people think about animal bones and hard tissue of dinosaurs or mammoths, which is true. But also soft tissue can leave marks, only on special surfaces and that’s why they are more rare to find.

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Fossil Wall Art

The great thing about using a fossil as art, is that we keep both the history and the animal ‘alive’. It feels positive and respectful and it is truly something unique and unusual that you have to see in real when you get the chance.

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Who is Dale Rogers

Since 1986 Dale Rogers is studying unique fossils, petrified wood and minerals from around the world, he found the most breathtaking pieces of natural history and knows how to turn it into a unbelievable art piece. Lately Rogers became a one-of-a-kind artist of fossil art, who works together with the greatest interior designers and international art collectors.

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From his atelier and shop at Pimlico Road in London he showcases spectacular collections. It’s like an ‘Atlas of natural art’. Put this one on your must-visit list!

 

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Credits: Dale Rogers
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