Techniques for floral beauty gives us a kaleidoscopic view into the designer’s inner kitchen. It shows Tomas from his most personal side and tells what motivates, intrigues, inspires and passionates him, how he makes choices and keeps reinventing himself. Techniques for floral beauty is a beautiful portrait in the form of a colourful coffee table book full of sublime beauty and at the same time a handbook with step-by-step tutorials for 50 harmonious and stylish pieces. No less than 150 different floral techniques are covered. Golden tips from the master himself and insider tricks give the book the allure of a personal master class. A must-have for every flower lover.
Techniques for floral beauty
Trendsetter, globetrotter, entrepreneur, influencer, aesthete… Tomas De Bruyne is without a doubt one of the most talented floral artists. This is the book that colleagues, students and fans have been eagerly awaiting.
In the past ten years, Swedish floral designer Per Benjamin has developed his own colour theory for florists. The World of Colour according to Per Benjamin is an educational, entertaining and inspirational book in which Per Benjamin explains his colour theory in detail, both in theory and in practice. The photographs are a mix of studio work, outdoor arrangements and impressive pieces created for the decoration of events such as the Nobel Prize presentation. Taken together, they are the perfect illustration of the inexhaustible possibilities with colour and provide the florist with a perfect guide to easily put together a harmonious palette.
Jouni Seppänen is internationally known as a master florist. After his first book Innovations, Jouni Seppänen introduces himself in his new publication Flower Stories as a designer with a great interest in beautiful women, jewellery, hair design, haute couture and Finnish history.
The combination of Ikebana and haiku results in a more than successful marriage. The similarity between the two arts goes far beyond their common Japanese origins. The seductive simplicity of the haiku, its sparse use of words and subtlety, its silences and deep grounds, its rhythms and seasons… These are only some of the characteristics that Haiku shares with Ikebana.