Living Grass Portraits
Who would have thought grass would turn out to be such a great canvas?
Through the process of photosynthesis, England-based Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey turn grass into a bizarre medium for artistic expression.
Their unique portraits are created by exposing plots of seedling grass to light through a custom-made negative, making the grass grow in different shades, from yellow to green… But just like regular pictures and the subjects inside them, over time, the images on the grass will fade and disappear.
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