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PutPut's 'Inflorescence' Series Turns Everyday Items into Flowers

By: Erin Kirkpatrick - Published: • References: putput.dk & itsnicethat
The 'Inflorescence' series by Putput showcases the hidden beauty and organic resemblance of cleaning products. This collection cleverly combines household objects into the unfamiliar setting of flower-filled pots.

At first glance, these potted plants seem quite uninteresting, but upon further inspection it is clear that an inorganic material is present. Using feather dusters, loofahs and toilet bowl scrubbers, Putput has created household product-inspired plants. These simple photographs play on viewers' perceptions of everyday items, in an attempt to rid them of preconceived notions.

This sharp contrast of flora and cleaning gear is quite pleasing, as it proves that beauty exists in the seemingly mundane. The simple yet deceptive Inflorescence series by Putput showcases cleaning items in uncommon terrain, which will surely play trickery on viewers' eyes and imaginations. Stats for Illusory Product-Inspired Plants Trending: Older & Chilly
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