11.07.14 by Jeff

“Strange Plants” book by Zio Baritaux

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“Strange Plants” is a celebration of plants in contemporary art. The book was edited by Zio Baritaux and features the work of 25 artists. Artists were either selected because their work centered around plants or they were invited to make new works about the subject matter. The artists include: Paul Wackers, Lee Kwang-Ho, Taylor McKimens, Stephen Eichhorn, Aiyana Udesen, Richard Colman, Mark Mulroney, Patrick Martinez, Matt Furie, and many others.

Have a look inside the book below!


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“Strange Plants” can be purchased here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Andrew Gallo

    love zio and so excited to see her doing something original like this. excited to see where she goes next…

  • Tyler Snazelle

    want this book!

  • Joe

    Very, very cool

  • Doaa Nabile

    very beautiful





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