Also known by the common name bidibid, bidi-bidi, biddy-biddy, biddi-biddi, biddi-bid! The fruit is a dense ball of many seeds. In some species, the seeds have a barbed arrowhead point, forming a burr which attaches itself to animal fur or feathers for dispersal.
Reproduced digitally on Mohawk Felt 260GSM acid-free textured paper for archival permanence.
Every print is signed by hand.
Where is it made? Wellington!