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This article was published on May 2, 2014

    5 unique approaches to fantastic floral art

    5 unique approaches to fantastic floral art
    Lindsay Comstock
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    Lindsay Comstock

    Lindsay is a New York-based writer, photographer, and editor. Her work has appeared in publications including American Photo, PDN and Rangef Lindsay is a New York-based writer, photographer, and editor. Her work has appeared in publications including American Photo, PDN and Rangefinder, and in her own image-based projects. Follow her on Twitter @lindsaycomstock.

    Lindsay Comstock is a New York-based writer, photographer, and editor. Her work has appeared in American Photo, PDN, Rangefinder, and in her own image-based projects. This post was originally published on the Shutterstock blog and has been adapted with permission.


    With much of the Northern Hemisphere was blanketed in snow and chilly temperatures stifling outdoor movement this winter, these five artists reignite the promise of warmer, more flower-filled days.

    From seamless floral backgrounds and bursting watercolors to a blooming psychedelic digital display and photos of flowers suspended in ice, your springtime inspiration is here.

    Lola Tsvetaeva

    Lola Tsvetaeva | Seamless vector background with flowers and leaves
    Lola Tsvetaeva | Seamless vector background with flowers and leaves

    Natasha R. Graham

    Natasha R. Graham | Hand-painted poppy illustration
    Natasha R. Graham | Hand-painted poppy illustration

    agsandrew

    agsandrew | Color Swirls series
    agsandrew | Color swirls series 

    foryouinf

    foryouinf | Frozen flowers of apple tree

    foryouinf | Frozen flowers of apple tree

    Andrekart Photography

    Andrekart Photography | Vintage Pastel Roses
    Andrekart Photography | Vintage Pastel Roses