THE PLANT. Issue 03 Camellia

THE PLANT. Issue 03 Camellia

The obscure geometry of a flower

Uitgever:The Plant Journal

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 9 nov. 2012

The third issue of The PLANT Journal features an interview with the inspiring florist Thierry Boutemy and a visit to Derek Jarman’s cottage at Dungeness, where he created an atypical and magical garden. Wild flowers growing in Cap de Creus, the legendary Joshua Tree, cenotes from the Mexican Caribbean and Butchart impressionist gardens thanks to Coke Bartrina (cover), Daniel Trese, Ángeles Peña and Jennilee Marigomen.

Extreme farming in Kuwait, potted gardens in Tokyo, an illustrated bestiarium of invented plants and Lope Serrano discussing on three green scenes in Jean Luc Godard’s films are other stories of this flowered third issue. Includes works by Jonas Marguet, Britt Browne, Jessica Hans, Matt Olson and Scheltens & Abbenes.

The third issue of The PLANT Journal features an interview with the inspiring florist Thierry Boutemy and a visit to Derek Jarman’s cottage at Dungeness, where he created an atypical and magical garden. Wild flowers growing in Cap de Creus, the legendary Joshua Tree, cenotes from the Mexican Caribbean and Butchart impressionist gardens thanks to Coke Bartrina (cover), Daniel Trese, Ángeles Peña and Jennilee Marigomen.

Extreme farming in Kuwait, potted gardens in Tokyo, an illustrated bestiarium of invented plants and Lope Serrano discussing on three green scenes in Jean Luc Godard’s films are other stories of this flowered third issue. Includes works by Jonas Marguet, Britt Browne, Jessica Hans, Matt Olson and Scheltens & Abbenes.

Monograph: Camellia illustrated by Marcus Oackley, Jordy van den Nieuwendijk, Shoboshobo, Ping Zhu and Hiromi Nakajima.

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