When Floral Art Meets Typography

Olga Prinku is a creative designer with boundless inspiration. On her website and Instagram account, she presents her various creations among which the most spectacular are wreaths of flowers.

She has developed a unique technique of weaving flowers on tulle that allows her to create beautiful floral wreaths using hundreds of plants and dried flowers sewn into large capital letters. Mixing different techniques of artisanal weaving, her project has a great success on social networks.

Olga explains that the technique appeared to her in a dream. She began by placing dried flowers on a sieve that resembled the net mesh structure. Then, she placed fresh flowers on her creations before realizing that the wilting ones looked like holes in her designs. Now she uses only dry flowers that she buys already dried, or chooses them herself at a local florist and dries them with silica gel. Her projects rely only on seasonal flowers and plants that retain color when dry, and thin stems make them easier to use on tulle. The final result looks inspiring, just like instant poetry.

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Well it's another pink one! This is the actual letter I made in the tutorial. Can you spot the dry poppy? Can't wait for the film to be live. The super talented guys at @blackrevolverfilms are working hard to bring it to you. Hopefully at the start of September, but I'll keep you posted 👍. For now we're are officially on holiday. Our last day of school was yesterday, so things are slowing down in our household! Who else is in holiday mode already? #flowersontulle #botanical #allthebeautifulthings #allthingsbotanical #embroidery #hoopart #flowestagram #dryflowers #typedesign #embracingtheseasons #ihavethisthingwithpink #seekinspirecreate #darlingmovement #typography #tutorial #fromabove #floralembroidery #creativityfound #creativehappylife #summer #meadow #flowersontulle #flowermagic #inspiredbynature #instacraft #makersgonnamake #flatlay #embroiderylove #modernembroidery

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S for summer and for my lovely goddaughter Sophia whose birthday is coming soon. Hope she likes her present. I've been doing more type experiments at last and there's a tutorial coming up soon in collaboration with @blackrevolverfilms. Can't wait to share it! Happy #summersolstice #embroideryart #botanical #allthebeautifulthings #allthingsbotanical #embroidery #hoopart #flowestagram #dryflowers #typedesign #embracingtheseasons #summervibes #seekinspirecreate #darlingmovement #typography #alittlebeautyeveryday #untoldvisuals #floralembroidery #creativityfound #creativehappylife #summer #meadow #flowersontulle #flowermagic #inspiredbynature #instacraft #makersgonnamake #wearethemakers #embroiderylove #modernembroidery

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I'm not having a bad hair day, promise! Just experimenting with using the ceiling as a storage space for all my dry stuff as I'm running very low on free floor space in this mess I call my office. Plus trying to decide what to do with this dry gypsophila – another wreath for a clock using the method by the florist Christine de Beers I've discovered recently or combine it with pine for a Christmas wreath. What do you think? #handsinframe #portraitmood #WHPfindthelight #shadesofpink #floralfix #flowermagic #babysbreath #ig_captures #ig_color #darlingweekend #byfolk #peoplescreatives #botanical #allthingsbotanical #botanicalpickmeup #dryflowers #wreathmaking #alittlebeautyeveryday #floral_perfection #madetocreate #momentsofmine #weekend #underthefloralspell #untoldvisuals #subjectlight #sunday #canon #fromwhereistand #flowerstagram #agameoftones

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