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Talented Japanese artist Hanaco Hanasakura rescues fallen petals of flowers, plants and trees and integrates them in her illustrations. Hanaco regularly posts on her Instagram account sketches of models decorated with flower petal dresses. From a 30s dress to a short skirt or autumnal outfit, the young stylist is a master in the art of combining petals and fashion...
German photographer Kilian Schönberger visited nearly 100 forests in Central Europe in the search for the most beautiful forests and trees for his series The Secret Beauty of Trees. Schönberger is known for his timeless images of nature and old buildings. He travels through countries such as Germany, Poland, Austria, and the Czech Republic. He is especially fascinated by fog,...
Abandoned mattresses in the streets are now an integral part of the urban landscape. Nobody really cares, almost nobody gets them back, and they usually stay there for a long time on the sidewalk. In fact, this is a normal end for any cumbersome object that has become obsolete. Except when artist Lor-K passes near. This French artist uses urban...
Have you heard of "Crop Art"? This type of environmental art relies on the use plants or seeds to create an artwork. For obvious reasons, crop art can work best outside, in nature. The specialty of artist Stan Herd is the reproduction of famous paintings using crops. This has brought to him the title "The Father of Crop Art." His...
An abandoned and overgrown landscape of a theme park called Nara Dreamland, that closed nearly a decade ago, became the unusual background of a set of artistic photos by French photographer Victor Habchy. Built in 1961, Nara Dreamland was a brainchild of Kunizu Matsuo and was supposed to be Japan's answer to Disneyland. Matsuo even met up with Walt Disney...
Pippa Dyrlaga is a Yorkshire-based artist and printmaker who has chosen a quite different way of showing her hand skills. Graduated in Contemporary Art, she uses classic paper cutting techniques to create delicate fine art cutouts. The subtle design of her art refers to the aesthetics of Art Nouveau posters created at the beginning of the 20th century. Dyrlaga’s work...
German designer and photographer Tom Hegen is really interested in the consequences of human presence on Earth. While Hegen was in the Netherlands, he decided to immortalize the huge tulip plantations, using aerial photography. Indeed, as he explains on his website, the country cultivates about two billion tulips each year. These flowers have a flowering period of three to four...
David Burdeny is a Canadian photographer living in Vancouver who has always been interested in lagoons. When he saw a salt lake during a flight to San Francisco, he found the subject for his new series. He ended up traveling to Western Australia, Utah's Great Salt Lake, and the Mojave Desert. Not only the color attracts attention in Burdeny's photographs, but the...
Do you remember cutting paper snowflakes? Rogan Brown has lifted that unassuming artistic expression you've experienced in school, and taken it to the n-th level by combining this with microbiology. Those expansive scale paper models may resemble snow or coral reefs, but they are a representation of different types of microorganisms and life forms. The pattern you see looks natural,...
Nicholas Baker is an illustrator based in Salt Lake City, Utah. He draws his main source of inspiration from the wilderness that surrounds the city he lives in, and he represents it with a very special technique. Baker uses the technique of pointillism, and all his drawings are made up of millions of tiny dots drawn by hand. With a...

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