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Norman Borlaug Wheat Art Print, Agriculture and Biology Decor

Norman Borlaug Wheat Art Print, Agriculture and Biology Decor

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This inspiring art print honors renowned agricultural scientist Norman Borlaug, sometimes called "the man who saved a billion lives," and his life-saving work with wheat production. This minimalist scientific illustration with a steampunk aesthetic captures the essence of Borlaug's revolutionary contributions to agriculture, which saved millions from famine and malnutrition. The artwork showcases a simple and elegant design that represents the foundation of Borlaug's work in developing high-yield, disease-resistant varieties that could thrive in harsh environments.

  • Printed on high quality professional paper with a semi-gloss finish
  • Wide range of sizes from 5x7 up to 30x45
  • Print only - does not come framed

The print is made on high-quality paper with long-lasting, vibrant colors, ensuring that it will remain a cherished addition to your collection for years to come. Ideal science wall art for display in homes, offices, or anywhere where science and innovation are appreciated, this art print is the perfect way to pay homage to the life and achievements of one of the most important figures in the history of agriculture.

 

About the scientist:

Norman Borlaug was an American agricultural scientist and a  central figure in the “green revolution”, who lived from 1914-2009 and is known for his groundbreaking contributions to global food production. Borlaug's work focused on developing high-yield, disease-resistant crop varieties that could thrive in harsh environments and increase crop yields in developing countries. He is credited with saving millions of lives from starvation and malnutrition through his research on wheat production, which helped transform countries like India and Pakistan from food-deficit to food-surplus nations. In addition to his work on crop breeding, Borlaug also played a key role in establishing agricultural research centers in developing countries and promoting sustainable agricultural practices. His legacy as a pioneer in the field of agriculture continues to influence modern technology and research efforts to combat global hunger and food insecurity. Borlaug was awarded numerous honors for his contributions, including the Nobel Peace Prize in 1970, and is widely regarded as one of the most important figures in the history of agriculture.

 

About the artist:

Megan Lee Studio, LLC is run by independent artist, Megan Lee, and is based in Asheville, NC. Since 2010 she has specialized in creating minimalist artwork that celebrates STEM subjects, her love of books, and various geekery that brings her joy.

Shipping & Returns

PROCESSING TIME: Most items are custom made to order and require time to produce before ready to ship.

Art Prints: 5-10 days

T-shirts: 1-2 weeks

Gifts: 3-5 days

SHIPPING: Orders are shipped via USPS or FedEx. Tracking will be available on all orders but will not track International orders once they leave the U.S.

RETURNS: As a small business making items to order, exchanges and returns are not accepted. PLEASE TRIPLE CHECK CLOTHING SIZES WHEN ORDERING AS THEY CANNOT BE EXCHANGED OR RETURNED.

If an order arrives damaged in any way, please take photos and keep all packaging material in order to qualify for a replacement.

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