We always loved Karl Blossfeldt, the artist who looked for art forms in nature while creating photographic plant-portraits. Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932) was a self -tought photographer celebrated by the Surrealists and early Modernists for his pioneering close-up images of plants and flora. Trained as a sculptor he was also an amateur botanist, fascinated by the underlying structures of nature.
Blossfeldt broke down nature to its building blocks: leaves, seeds, flowers and branches. Capturing shape, movement, rhythm and textures. In some cases personality and emotions.
Our new collection celebrates Karl Blossfeldt creativity and unique perspective of nature, we'd love to know what you think. To view the collection click here.