Whenever Frida Kahlo is mentioned, you immediately picture her artwork, you definitely visualize her eyebrows, and you probably think about her floral headpieces.
Now, someone has taken all of the elements that remind us of the Mexican painter and used them to create her own artwork that honors Kahlo.
Nothing that she uses for her work is store-bought; she forages outside for the perfect pieces of foliage.
And what she makes with Mother Nature is breathtaking.
The colors, shapes, and textures of it all is something most artists strive to emulate — and Rawlins is just working with what the earth has to offer.
The level of detail is beyond impressive...
... and her ability to capture various aspects of Kahlo takes some serious skills.
But everything that Rawlins does is completely temporary-ish.
Nothing is glued down, sewed in, or attached to a base in any way.
"There’s a freedom in knowing everything I’m doing is temporary," Rawlins' flower art statement reads.
But before you uncontrollably sob at the thought of these Kahlo portraits coming undone, it's fair to note that Rawlins documents all of her pieces and sells them as prints and calendars.
Yes, you can have one of these striking works of art in your very own casa!
It might not be the flower-filled original (how would preserving that work, anyway?) but it's just as stunning as the real thing.
You can find all of the available Kahlo prints here.
The site says the 3D quality of the way the reproduction is printed really makes it "pop off the page."
Oh, and each print comes with a description of what plants/flowers were used for the piece in case you wanted a little more background info.
It's safe to say that we are in love with her take on the iconic Latina.
From her more natural approach...
... to the classics...
... to the mesmerizingly realistic ones...
... down to her modern twists, every single creation is truly something special.
Of course, they all have their own titles, too.
This one is "Spring Frida."
We are honestly blown away by how each portrait represents Kahlo — just like her own artwork did.
They're all so good, we can't even choose a favorite.
Even if the originals aren't "forever" like most artwork...
... we're happy we get to see something this incredible.
To view all of Rawlins' flower work, click here.