A picture of a flower, an insect, a seashell. These natural objects have a beauty all of their own. But just as anything that we experience many times over, there’s a sense of normality as we shrug off the uniqueness of these “things”. Beyond Light uses a type of photography called
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
This project by Japanese designer Azuma Makoto has him experiment with the great outdoors, taking his flower arranging to the snowy plains of Hokkaido in Japan to create a sculpture.
Wona Bae's background in Japanese Ikebana and Kokozi, the Korean equivalent, helped her develop this nursery-cum-studio titled Loose Leaf in Melbourne, Australia.