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Diana Scherer's Photographs Exposes The Secret Root Systems Of Potted Plants

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Fraser Conlon explores South Africa’s multi-cultural mecca for craft.

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Tree is South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee‘s beautiful series of a variety of trees captured with a camera in different seasons and locations. Myoung Ho Lee photographs solitary trees framed against white canvas backdrops

With Nurture Studies, Diana Scherer presents an archive of flowers she has grown from seed over a six-month period. Rather than letting the flowers grow in open soil, she has forced each plant to develop within the confines of a vase. Only at the end of the process does she remove the plant’s corset, exposing roots that retain their shape as an evocation of the now absent vase.

therhumboogie: “By Diana Scherer, inspired by seventeenth-century botanical encyclopaedias, where a plant is presented flowers, roots and all. A tender and gentle photographic project allowing each.

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This bouquet, in a series of five special floral arrangements made for COS Magazine, is by London-based graphic design studio Åbäke.

Nofound Photo Fair Paris 2012

Nofound Photo Fair Paris 2012

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floral stylin' @notary__ceramics

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