Discover these unique artists embracing the miniature world of botanical design
These botanical designers, or terrarium designers, work in miniature, applying key knowledge and techniques–such as landscaping, design, flower arrangement, lighting, and even biology–to small-scale projects. Their creations are bursting with life–these designers carefully create environments in which botany can mutate, thrive, and surprise us all.
Instead of paper, these artists use earth, rocks, and water as their canvas. They don’t use brushes or pencils, but plants, mosses, and fungi.
We’ve selected five botanical designers you should know.
Terra Jardim Ateliê Botânico (@terrajardim)
Ju Ferrari and San Rodrigues are Brazilian biologists who apply their understanding of how ecosystems work to create magical little worlds in fish tanks and jars. Their terrariums are like 3D botanical postcards of moments we all yearn for: vacations with friends, sailboat rides, and yoga classes by the sea. Ju and San create these universes, but they also teach others how to create their own and take care of them.
Congratulations @lmoceo ! It is a great result. Thank you very much for sharing us, for your time and dedication. We love to see that you continue to embroider and practice. Keep it up. Get a hug.
Gimena Romero Studio Team.
@mathob Thousand Thanks! Thanks to you I am learning something that I am passionate about! I know I still have a lot to learn but I'm enjoying the tour ... Thanks to Gimena for teaching me and you for encouraging me !!!
A hug for the whole team
I love and agree with @mathob ! Thanks for sharing and learning with us. <3