Print company Surface View and the Natural History Museum have joined forces to bring bespoke murals into homes and offices.
The latest collection from the Museum ranges from butterflies to bugs and flowers to fish. Over 120 images have been digitally remastered to allow for use of crops and enlargements.
"We're delighted to work with the Natural History Museum and make available some of the most stunning images around," said Surface View MD, Michael Ayerst. "There is so much choice and we really can tailor the designs to suit people's needs.
"This is an innovative concept and it's fantastic that people can now make the most of beautiful art that was previously unavailable. The images can be used in a variety of ways to create murals, canvases, prints and blinds."
Jeremy Ensor, head of retail and licensing at the Natural History Museum, added: "We're really pleased to be working with Surface View on this licence. We are one of the UK's top visitor attractions and to be able to offer incredible images for people to display in their homes is a great opportunity.
"With the combined resource of the Natural History Museum and Surface View's long standing print expertise, we hope that your wall will become the talking point of your work or living space."