Fashionably Dressed Flowers By Miguel Vallinas Display Their Budding Personalities – Design You Trust

Fashionably Dressed Flowers By Miguel Vallinas Display Their Budding Personalities

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Artist Miguel Vallinas continues to reflect on identity, existence and personal choice through his latest collection called ‘Roots’. The photographs show fashionably dressed figures bearing ‘faces’ of seasonal plants and floral bouquets instead of human heads.

h/t: designboom

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The images source human nature for ‘what we believe we are, what others think we are, what we really are and what we would like to be,’ Vallinas explains. ”root’ reflects on the questions surrounding human choices to confront the real self, the self that could be myself, and the self that is definitely myself.’

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