Trash cans on the street in the summer sun are best avoided. But not in New York! The floral designer Lewis Miller took a fresh look at the metal eyesores on the street corners in order to then transform them into gigantic vases filled with voluminous bouquets.
Miller’s flower flash installations have transformed the experience of waiting for a green light. With a view of a trash can full of pink roses, lilies, anthuriums and abundant foliage you’re keen to linger - green-red-green - in order to sniff the bouquet and hang on to that fragrance and the memory all day long. And that is exactly what the designer wants: "We are storytellers through the art of floral design, transforming an arrangement into a love song and an event into an indelible experience."
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