Bloom Day Scans flower art by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans flower art by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans flower art by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans flower art by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans flower art by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans flower art by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

 

 is an ex-magazine editor, plant lover and a bit of green thumb. He runs a personal blog called . Every month, he creates the most incredible scans of his plants and flowers, which he calls . I could seriously spend a whole day absorbed in these powerful images – so much depth of colour and dynamic movement in each one. The scans appear more like beautiful paintings rather than something created using a scanning bed.

Craig recently started experimenting with his images by creating kaleidoscopic floral patterns (below). So clever. I would love to see textiles made from these.

 

Bloom Day Scans patterns by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans patterns by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans patterns by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.

Bloom Day Scans patterns by Craig Cramer | Yellowtrace.


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    Ella

    So beautiful! And completely feeding my obsession with flowers.

    Have you seen this plastic bag series using a similar technique? I’m guessing you probably have, but hey, worth revisiting I say!

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