Ignacio Canales Aracil is a Spanish sculptor who’s very interested in the possibilities of botanic elements used in artistic creations. These vessels, made from dried pressed flowers, are some of his first works, where he tries to celebrate spring and preserve it.
Ignacio created these flower sculptures in collaboration with some famous European landscape designers, who allowed him to hand-pick every flower from their private and public gardens and then place those bouquets in big molds until they’re dried. They also had to use some varnish spray to protect the pieces from humidity. Although the finished sculptures look gorgeous and rigid, in fact, they are so fragile that they can be easily crushed with the lightest touch.