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Built in 2014, the four interactive and motion-activated flowers go by the name of ‘Warde’ and are over 30-feet-high and 30-feet-wide. Perfect for all passengers exiting the nearby tram, Warde’s colorful installation gives the city residents a touch of spring year-round. HQ Architects chose Vallero Square as the site of the installation because of the area’s poor condition.
These are only a few of the flowers we consider to be the most beautiful but we are sure there are many more. Do you know of a few we might have missed?
Makoto Azuma, a Japanese “botanical artist” is changing the way we look at flowers. This installation, known as “Iced Flowers”, was exhibited in Tokyo in January last year. As you can see, Makoto has created a series of shimmering blocks of ice containing exotic flower bouquets, frozen in time. Although the artwork was temporary in nature, at least the images were preserved!
Exploded Flowers is a photo series by artist Fong Qi Wei that was awarded second place at the International Photography Awards way back in 2012. These beautiful photos show several varieties of flowers dissected into individual components, much like exploding fireworks. Such a simple concept, yet so beautiful and inspiring.
Every year in the sleepy agricultural town of Zundert, the Netherlands, huge crowds assemble. They come from far and wide to watch a colourful parade known as Bloemencorso Zundert (“Corso Zundert” for short). Held on the first Sunday in September, the festival has been running since 1936. Talented artists decorate the bright and colourful floats in thousands of Dahlia flowers grown in the region.
Hong Yi, also known by her nickname, ‘Red’, is an artist known for creating pieces using everyday, unconventional materials. Red has been featured in publications including Wall Street Journal, TIME, Fast Company and Huffington Post. See how she transforms ordinary flower petals into incredible works of art.