Isabel Mallet's Lizard Skin
This little publication from 2011, directly based on the collage studies that Isabel was making around that time, is a conglomerate of skins from different species of lizards mounted on transparent plastic covers. The arrangement of the different cut-outs composes the image of a lizard that folds in accordion into a perfect square, where the different types of skins mix in an organized but random accumulation of colours and shapes.
The following species are depicted from tongue to tail:
11.Morethia Ruficauda Exquisita