Taking inspiration from photographic pioneers such as Karl Blossfeldt and snowflakes photographer Wilson Bentley, as well as Japanese floral artist Makoto Azuma, Andy Warhol or even Pedro Almodóvar, this calendar is based on over 10,000 stunning floral close-ups.
The photos remind us that while beauty is primarily something natural, it also has a fleeting quality. They reveal rarely noticed details that are full of architectural sophistication and filigree splendor. Each shot is a striking piece of art.
The perpetual calendar is also a small work of art in terms of printing technology. Bound by hand, provided with a black color cut and with high-quality lacquer finish. The limited edition is available now! Only while stocks last.
Date of publication: 1. August 2020
Editor: Oliver Seltmann, Nicolas Mériel
Photography: Nicolas Mériel
Design: Sandro Heindel
Dimensions: 8,8 cm x 10,7 cm
Processing: Tischkalender, mit Hochglanz-Lack veredelt, inkl. Papieraufsteller und Sammlerbox