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Rebecca-Louise-Law-Ognisko--roses and copper wires to create tree form

Rebecca-Louise-Law-Ognisko--roses and copper wires to create tree form

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Une branche de Pâques renversante : mode d’emploi

Une branche de Pâques renversante : mode d’emploi

Rebecca Louise Law, piovono fiori | Lancia Trendvisions

Rebecca Louise Law, piovono fiori | Lancia Trendvisions

First things first, i know that the first thing a designer should be focusing is the office. But somehow, our bedroom was the first thing that we got to wrap up around the house. And although the offi

First things first, i know that the first thing a designer should be focusing is the office. But somehow, our bedroom was the first thing that we got to wrap up around the house. And although the offi

FLORA ars+natura | Entrevista: Alberto Baraya

FLORA ars+natura | Entrevista: Alberto Baraya

Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law

Beautiful Upside Down Gardens Hanging From the Ceiling - My Modern Metropolis/artist Rebecca Louise Law

Beautiful Upside Down Gardens Suspended From the Ceiling

Beautiful Upside Down Gardens Hanging From the Ceiling - My Modern Metropolis/artist Rebecca Louise Law

Rebecca Louise Law has created a fantastical canopy of color with over 30,000 suspended flowers.

Spring Garden Installation Features 30,000 Flowers Suspended in Mid-Air

Rebecca Louise Law has created a fantastical canopy of color with over 30,000 suspended flowers.

"The most challenging thing has been either keeping flowers alive or preserving them. The easiest installations are when I can just let them be, to rot and decay, but I found the most rewarding installations are when the flower can last forever… as a permanent sculptural material. The encased installations have been really exciting"...

Flower-artist Rebecca Louise Law reveals all about her astounding melancholic floral experiments...

"The most challenging thing has been either keeping flowers alive or preserving them. The easiest installations are when I can just let them be, to rot and decay, but I found the most rewarding installations are when the flower can last forever… as a permanent sculptural material. The encased installations have been really exciting"...

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