Kate Jackling‘s personal project “Floral Palette” – ‘paintings’ inspired by the majestic beauty of flowers.
Kate Jackling – Floral Palette
Henk Leijen‘s series “Iris” – like a classic vintage movie star: beautiful, graceful and mysterious goddess.
Henk Leijen – Iris
Bettina Güber‘s stately dying flowers in her project “Beautiful Wrinkles” inspired by the quote of Bette Davis – “Getting old is not for sissies”.
Bettina Güber – Beautiful Wrinkles
Lisa Sorgini’s project of submerged underwater flowers called “Flotsam/Waterplants“.
Lisa Sorgini – Flotsam,Waterplants
“Smoke and Lilies” by Henry Hargreaves – nature: beautiful, playful and so mysterious
Henry Hargreaves – Smoke and Lilies
‘Fleurs de Mars‘ (flowers of Mars) by Collective Cyclop. A photographic herbarium project born of a dream…
Collective Cyclop – Flowers of Mars
Owen Silverwood‘s “Flora” – the moment before the beauty dissolves into a pure light.
Owen Silverwood – Flora
Giles Revell – ’Medicinal Plants’: unique way to emphasize the medicinal properties of flowers
A series of botanical images made in collaboration with the Natural History Museum and Kew gardens commissioned by the Times Newspaper.
Giles Revell – Medicinal Plants
Miguel Vallinas‘s series ‘Raíz‘ (root) “reflects on the questions surrounding human choices to confront the real self, the self that could be myself, and the self that is definitely myself.”
Miguel Vallinas – ‘Raíz’
Sebastiaan Bremer‘s playful floral dance photography. Hand painted dot patterns create an explosion of colours