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Sola Cube Shop & Minerals as Beautiful Food

-An edible rock and mineral specimen meal that was offered last year- “3.8 billion years ago life began on earth. And over millions of years multicellular life evolved into land plants and forests. The colors and shapes of flowers, fruits … Continue reading

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Garden in the Dark Series by Aster Hung

Aster Hung is a Bay Area Taiwanese-American Illustrator and Designer recently graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA 2016). Her illustrations aim to capture fantastical spaces, light, and beauty within the unsettling. Outside of work, Aster is passionate about beaches, … Continue reading

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Pis Saro, the Botanical Tattoo Artist

Pis Saro is a traveller and botanical tattoo artist from Crimea. “The mood of my art changes with the seasons”she said to Illusion Magazine “I grow flowers and watch them attentively, looking at each fractal detail in petals and leaves. … Continue reading

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The Poetic Photographs of Anna O.

Under your warmth Anna O. is self-portrait photographer currently living in Poland. Each photo has a poetically narrative title that gives depth to her conceptual shots of women delicately ornamented with flowers, plants and emotions. Facebook / Blog / Instagram / Flickr Stay … Continue reading

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Echinopsis Cactus Flowers: Mother Nature’s Fireworks by Greg Krehel

Nine hours of a Cassandra flower blooming “Echinopsis” is the name for a large family of cacti that originally hails from the hills and mountains of South America, not the desert setting we often associate with cacti. “Since I was … Continue reading

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Jellyfish Air Plants by Cathy Van Hoang of Petit Beast

LA-based designer and art director Cathy Van Hoang is the genial owner and creator of Petit Beast, the original shop of Jellyfish Air Plants™, the air plants masquerading as jellyfish. “The idea of turning air plants into jellyfish was an … Continue reading

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Flower Bouquets Frozen in Blocks of Ice by Makoto Azuma

Botanical artist Azuma Makoto (and his team) locks floral bouquets in 16 large blocks of ice and displays them in columns of three on the concrete floors of the factory. “This exhibition presents “ICED FLOWERS”, a work to observe the … Continue reading

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Natural Interactions by Kate O’Hara

Kate O’Hara is a freelance illustrator currently living in Reno, Nevada. She graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, with a BFA in Illustration and a minor in Typography. She enjoys creating illustrations that draw people in through their … Continue reading

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OLED Tampopo light by Takao Inoue

Lamp consisting of a block of clear acrylic containing a real dandelion. Notice how the fluff of the flower are preserved. This unique item evokes a timeless nostalgia. When the lamp is lit up, the dandelion is well silhouetted against … Continue reading

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Just a splash of seawater

Remember all that seawater you’ve accidentally swallowed over the course of your life? Scoop up a bucket of seawater (or swallow a mouthful) and this is what you get: a bizarre menagerie of plants and animals, some of them known … Continue reading

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