The symbiotic relationship between nectar-harvesting insects and blooming flowers, explored in sumptuous high definition by filmmaker and colour artist Thomas Blanchard.
The insects were shot in 8K resolution and the blooming flowers are made up of over 5,000 high-definition photographs so full screen for best effect.
An experimental clay and sand stop motion short synced to Yasuaki Shimizu’s Utsukushiki Tennen by Romane Granger, a student at École Nationale Supériure Des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.
A 2D abstract narrative that bursts into three dimensions halfway through.
Spring by Jamie Scott – a timelapse of blooming flowers shot almost entirely inside the darkened wardrobe of his NYC home over three months – a companion piece to his 2012 short ‘Fall’.
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Spotted at Gingko florists on Upper Baggot St, Dublin 4.
Thanks John Sullivan
Glasnevin cemetery, Dublin 11, today.
Bins have been overflowing since Friday.
They’re eating the petals, Joe.
Edible flowers in Fallon & Byrne, Wicklow Street, Dublin.