Beautiful Floral Installation Suspended in London’s Garden Museum Rebecca Louise Law is known for her large scale installation of suspended dried flowers on site specific installations. Her work has been commissioned for iconic fashion brands such as Hermes and Gucci. The images seen above are taken from her installation at London’s Garden Museum for their Flowers & Fashion exhibition composed of 4,600 flowers.

Beautiful Floral Installation Suspended in London’s Garden Museum Rebecca Louise Law is known for her large scale installation of suspended dried flowers on site specific installations. Her work has been commissioned for iconic fashion brands such as Hermes and Gucci. The images seen above are taken from her installation at London’s Garden Museum for their Flowers & Fashion exhibition composed of 4,600 flowers.

House of Fraser, London // In collaboration with Harlequin Design // May 2015

House of Fraser, London // In collaboration with Harlequin Design // May 2015

Annie Vought Christmas

Annie Vought Christmas

Cascading flowers by Rebecca Louise Law #RHSChelsea, via @Laura Ashley.

Cascading flowers by Rebecca Louise Law #RHSChelsea, via @Laura Ashley.

Stained glass staircase in Kanagawa, Japan

Stained glass staircase in Kanagawa, Japan

Rebecca Louise Law's 8,000 remembrance poppies form a stunning corridor

Rebecca Louise Law's 8,000 remembrance poppies form a stunning corridor

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Part 01 // The Obliteration Room is a temporary interactive installation by Yayoi Kusama. The installation recreates an Australian domestic environment in/as a gallery space. The white room is gradually obliterated over the course of the exhibition, the space changing measurably with the passage of time as the dots accumulate as a result of thousands and thousands of collaborators.

Part 01 // The Obliteration Room is a temporary interactive installation by Yayoi Kusama. The installation recreates an Australian domestic environment in/as a gallery space. The white room is gradually obliterated over the course of the exhibition, the space changing measurably with the passage of time as the dots accumulate as a result of thousands and thousands of collaborators.

Dig up the song

Dig up the song

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