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By turning public rubbish bins into giant vases filled with huge bouquets, floral designer Lewis Miller and his team are brightening up the urban jungle that is New York City. The ongoing public installation project sees Miller and his team fill empty trash cans with oversized, color-coordinated bouquets and greenery, beautifying the city’s side streets and delighting pedestrians with their unexpected magnificence. “We are storytellers through the art of floral design, transforming an…

By turning public rubbish bins into giant vases filled with huge bouquets, floral designer Lewis Miller and his team are brightening up the urban jungle that is New York City. The ongoing public installation project sees Miller and his team fill empty trash cans with oversized, color-coordinated bouquets and greenery, beautifying the city’s side streets and delighting pedestrians with their unexpected magnificence. “We are storytellers through the art of floral design, transforming an…

Slaměný klobouk fedora | MANGO

Slaměný klobouk fedora | MANGO

just to keep my hands on you! <3

just to keep my hands on you! <3

František Vobecký, 1935.

František Vobecký, 1935.

Florent Willems (1823 – 1905, Huib (Hubertus) van Hove (1814 – 1864/1865) and one more unknown author Visit noble - Vznešená návštěva, 1850s, Moravian Gallery in Brno, MG v Brně

Florent Willems (1823 – 1905, Huib (Hubertus) van Hove (1814 – 1864/1865) and one more unknown author Visit noble - Vznešená návštěva, 1850s, Moravian Gallery in Brno, MG v Brně

Katarina Burin <em>Bohuslav Fuchs, Alternate project for the Vesna Women’s Vocational School and the home of Eliska Machová, Brno-Stránice, Lipová Street, 1929</em>, 2012 Collage and ink on paper 22 x 29 inches

Katarina Burin <em>Bohuslav Fuchs, Alternate project for the Vesna Women’s Vocational School and the home of Eliska Machová, Brno-Stránice, Lipová Street, 1929</em>, 2012 Collage and ink on paper 22 x 29 inches

Villa, Brno, Czechoslovakia. Oskar Poriska, 1926 -

Villa, Brno, Czechoslovakia. Oskar Poriska, 1926 -