Stunning floral 'hairdressing' by Japanese artist Takaya Hanayuishi | Flowerona

I would probably pass out with excitement if a bride came to me with this as her head piece. Huge fresh flowers in the hair are NEVER out of style!

MAZAMA LOVE the warm monochromatic hues. Be gorgeous in a rug with a grey background

Blueberries, pattern design by Sophie Brabbins, as part of her woodland collection, this is in Mixed Berry Prints

Susan Mills Artist Books: GARDEN LEDGER edition of 10 unique books. x x x 31 x 3 cm. vegetable and fruit parchment text block with recycled felted wool cover

We've never seen vegetables look so cute! They're almost too fun to eat! #Cute #FoodArt #FoodSaver

Have fun with veggies to inspire your KIDS to eat them. Remember that veggies are the BEST foods for brain, cell and overall health.

Cubist Abstract Wine and Fruits Original painting by MarlinaVera, $400.00

Cubist Abstract Wine and Fruits Original painting Marlina Vera Fine Art Gallery artwork sale Modern still life

Close Up- GCSE- Art Textiles Wellington College

Close Up- GCSE- Art Textiles Wellington College art Visual Texture and edges Suitable to aid with GCSE Question like Textures or Edges

Africa | Adire Oniko textile from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Cotton damask; indigo tie dyed

Indigo at Indigo: Indigo-dyed Textiles from Africa was the March 2012 exhibit at I

Beautiful and creative works of art created by Turkish artist Sakir Gokcebag. Carefully sliced fruits and vegetables are strategically arranged into patterns and shapes. Food Art is then photographed from above.

Germany based artist and photographer Sakir Gökçebag has artfully arranged fruit and vegetables into geometric patterns and created a fabulous photo series

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream | Takaya-Hanayuishi

cutesign: “ In awe of these extraordinary floral “hairdressing” arrangements from Japanese artist Takaya Hanayuishi.