You’ll need cork bark, moss, nylon fishing line and a little manual dexterity: the results will be thrilling
A few months ago I began experimenting with a traditional southeast Asian technique for mounting living plants on slabs of timber to be hung like pictures on a wall. A novel way to display houseplants that naturally grow on trees in the wild, I thought, and sort of a playful protest to the newly on-trend revival of taxidermy. Instead of a dead animal, why not mount a living plant? Surprisingly, many of you on social media have asked for a “how to” on my “plantidermy”, so here it is.
This is a sort of a playful version of taxidermy. Instead of a dead animal, why not mount a living plant?