Here are the Flower Gelato from Australian ice-cream maker I-Creamy , based in Sydney, which offers its customers pretty flower shaped ice cones. Even if it is not really the season for us, we must admit that these Italian ice creams are beautiful!
Spanning nearly three feet wide, these giant fluffy flowers were crafted from paper by San Francisco-based artist and architect Tiffanie Turner . Because of the massive scale of each piece a single flower can take upward of 35-80 hours to assemble from crepe paper.
Self-taught artist Owen Mann creates ceramic blooms from dozens, and sometimes hundreds of petals, each hand-formed to mimic the appearance of peonies, dahlias, and spiraling succulents.
Tadashi Shoji presented his pre-fall 2017 collection inspired by the painting of Marthe de Florian by Giovanni Boldini. The collection features label’s signature lace, flower prints, romantic details in soft color palette.
Photo by Heather Saunders Last November, florist Lisa Waud went to a public auction and purchased an abandoned house in Detroit, Michigan—sight unseen.
Adelaide-based InherentlyRandom merges skulls and bones with bursts of embroidered flowers embedded inside rib cages and eye sockets. The embroideries were inspired in part by artist Trisha Thompson Adams who has created paintings with similar designs and motifs.
Last week Japanese botanic artist Makoto Azuma attempted to go where most artists only dream of going: to space. In a project titled Exbiotanica, last week Azuma and his crew traveled to Black Rock Desert outside Gerlach, Nevada.
Vintage themed weddings have grown in popularity in recent years, and it’s easy to see why. No matter what era you pick, there are plenty of glamourous ideas that can be incorporated in to your big day.
Good Badlands: Dry Terrain of the American West Captured in a Brief Moment of Color by Guy Tal (7 pics)
The Badlands are a type of parched, sunbaked terrain characterized by jagged rock, cracked earth and, of course, minimal vegetation. It’s a harsh environment of lifeless wasteland but there is also good news to be found in the badlands.
Some of the most popular examples include Micky, Minnie mouses, frogs and flowers
Lungs This delicate series of sculpted plants is part of a project by artist Camila Carlow titled Eye Heart Spleen . The photographic project is comprised of 13 images representing human organs constructed from plants and flowers.
A year ago, Hotel de Griffy in Montpellier (France) get a poetic installation of hundreds pink balloons, offering a ceiling that seems to be flowered cherry trees.
Based in Narita City, Japanese artist Sakae creates exquisite hair ornaments known as kanzashi . The traditional hair pieces have been around for quite some time in Japan, but these pieces—each hand-crafted from resin with a delicate brass wire around the edges—are startlingly realistic and the most beautiful we’ve ever seen.
Raquel Rodrigo decorates the city with flowers her own way, with embroidery installations that she fixes on the walls. She prepares her creations at home before spreading them all around Madrid and its suburbs.
Photographer Emily Blincoe ( previously ) continues to make us smile with her arrays of food and plants perfectly organized by color. Blincoe collects every color permutation of tomatoes, oranges, eggs, and even candy and then sorts them into groups and gradients for each image.