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Floating Meadows

London based Rebecca Louise Law work is undeniably breathtaking. Her recent installation, commissioned by London’s Garden Museum to feature in their Flowers & Fashion exhibition “The Flower Garden Display’d 2014″ is quite literally a floating meadow of 4,600 blooms – so magical!

In Rebecca’s words: “Most of my installations are reflecting what’s happening in nature, by looking at plant patterns or observing the way something grows. Then I imagine these themes in real life and times that by a thousand so that it becomes fantasy,”

Visit Rebecca’s personal website for more of her floral loveliness.

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

All photos thanks to Rebecca Louise Law.
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Playing with food

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Tuesday’s always seem to be kinda dull and non-events. But this morning I stumbled across these amazing photos by Turkish born Şakir Gökçebağ.

Şakir takes everyday bits and bobs and makes them into something magical. Most of the pieces above are of fruit and veg, like green beens and slices of watermelon. He also uses crazy pieces like shoes and toilet rolls (yip, bog rolls). Şakir Gökçebağ is pictured above in front of his graceful (but wierd) loo paper piece.

He is a really interesting artist, you should check out more of his photos and exhibition work on his site