Thinking of someone coloring butterflies is kind of outrageous. Why in the world would those beautiful and colorful creatures need a dose of artificial color? Artist Sarah Garzoni thought that would be a good idea and set to work on butterflies, giving them another coat of color and some even have corporate logos printed on them.
God forbid the day come when real, live butterflies are covered in advertising symbols. The artist used an inkjet printer to paint on the butterflies in the hope of presenting nature in a unique, interesting way.