I remember back in 2012 purchasing the first book by Makoto Azuma titled ‘Encylopedia of Flowers’. Drawn in by the book design by Kenya Hara, a designer who helps MUJI with their own branding and image, I then became fascinated by artist Makoto Azuma’s work itself and his stunning
From the labyrinthine of veins on certain ferns to the almost microscopic parts of moss, the anatomy of plants is quite extraordinary. Danish artist Trine Drivsholm has spent countless hours studying this world of beautiful detail and has crafted an entire range of sculptures inspired by plants and
Brisbane-based artist Nicolette Johnson intrigued me with her series titled 'Topiaries' that's a meditation on botanical forms, symmetry in nature, and the tension between organic and man-made.
Plant pictures and imagery featuring greenery puts me in quite a trance, lately I've been excited by the mixture of vessels combined with living things such as a cactus or a bonsai. I actually own a bonsai myself and it takes center stage on a windowsill in my house, nurturing it is a very rewarding
I've just realised that I've not found or wrote about any good films lately, which is shame because we've showcased so many terrific independent filmmakers over the years. To break my streak I'm bringing forward this video series that I came across yesterday which I thought was something quite speci