The Adam Cornish Green Graffiti Installation is Snake-Like

By: Marina Rotharmel - Published: • References: adamcornish & howwecreate
Gardening just got a little more whimsical thanks to the Adam Cornish Green Graffiti installation. Cornish drew inspiration for this imaginative piece from the childhood fairytale Jack and the Beanstalk.

It ended up being ten meters high and was attached to a ceiling to give it a never-ending appearance. A number of pots that he had designed were linked together into a long chain. The pots were each shaped like squash and were different shades of green. Inside the pots were a variety of different plants and flowers.

He made the installation with the idea that it could be hung in the front foyer of art buildings or chic workplaces. Stats for Twisted Plant Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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