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9 Artists Who Transform Flowers into Visually Satisfying Art Arrangements

Anatomical Botanicals by Camila Carlow

In her striking series, Eye Heart Spleen, artist Camila Carlow crafts human organs from wildflowers and handpicked plants.  Each sculptural creation pairs the gritty, grotesque nature of anatomy with the beauty of blooms, culminating in a collection of art that is as paradoxical as it is aesthetically pleasing.
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Photo: Camila Carlow

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Camila Carlow

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Camila Carlow

 

Encyclopedia of Rainbows by Julie Seabrook Ream

Julie Seabrook Ream describes herself as “an artist who could never pick a favorite color.” Inspired by this love of pigments, Seabrook Ream created the Encyclopedia of Rainbows, a bright and beautiful project and book filled with color-coordinated flora and fauna.
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Photo: Julie Seabrook Ream

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Julie Seabrook Ream

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Photo: Julie Seabrook Ream

 

Dandelion Art by Duy Anh Nhan Duc

Inspired by plants’ “fragility and poetry,” Paris-based artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc carefully arranges delicate dandelions into mesmerizing works of botanical art. Organized predominantly into concentric circles and other geometric forms, his monochrome creations showcase both his impressive eye for detail and his undeniable appreciation for nature.
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Photo: Duy Anh Nhan Duc

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Duy Anh Nhan Duc

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Photo: Duy Anh Nhan Duc

 

La Fee De Fleur” by Sawa

Using both freshly cut and dried flowers, Japanese artist Sawa creates artistic arrangements with a caffeinated twist. In each composition from La Fee De Fleur, a seemingly ordinary cup of coffee is perfectly framed by botanicals arranged in a crescent shape. When viewed as a series, the photographs compose a diary of the artist’s daily drinks.

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Photo: Sawa

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Sawa

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Sawa

 

Meditative Medleys by Ja Soon Kim

Inspired by the balance and tranquility of yoga, photographer, art director, painter, and instructor Ja Soon Kim crafts meditative floral compositions. Though vivid in color and diverse in aesthetic, each work of art puts a meditative spin on the art of arranging flowers.
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Photo: Ja Soon Kim

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Ja Soon Kim

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Ja Soon Kim

 

Petal “Paintings” by Fong Qi Wei

While Fong Qi Wei specializes in photography, the Singapore-based creative also enjoys playfully arranging flowers. In his series, Floral Paintings, Wei transforms petals plucked from flowers like roses and hydrangeas into energetic brushstrokes bursting with color.
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Photo: Fong Qi Wei

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Fong Qi Wei

Unconventional Floral Arrangements Flower Arrangements Flower Art Botanical Art

Photo: Fong Qi Wei

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