flowers

The VICE Guide to Right Now

Thousands of 'Super Bloom' Tourists Have Made Life in This Town Absolute Hell

The mayor called it a "poppy apocalypse."
River Donaghey
3.18.19
Photos

These Photographers Make Surprisingly Fresh Photos of Flowers

From reimagining a romantic gesture to sci-fi fantasies, these seven photographers give flowers some fire and soul.
Jon Feinstein
2.14.19
Comics!

'Flowers Are Not Salad,' Today's Comic by Benji Nate

Olive attempts to teach her human-like cat the difference between plants you eat and plants you don't.
Benji Nate
12.13.18
Comics!

'Plant Killer,' Today's Comic by Haejin Park

Loving plants is sometimes like loving people.
Haejin Park
10.11.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Corpse Flower Named 'Li'l Stinker' Is About to Bloom Disgustingly

Flora fans have gathered in LA's Huntington Library to breathe in the awful, awesome odor.
Nicole Clark
8.2.18
Photography

Photographs of Butt Bouquets for Valentine's Day

Photographer Jessica Pettway gives some tips on how to avoid boring and generic arrangements.
Jessica Pettway
2.14.18
The September Stories Issue

Still Lifes That Pair Plant Life and Manufactured Materials

Photographer Gabriel Zimmer wants to see if synthetic and natural can symbolically exist
Gabriel Zimmer
9.26.17
Photos

Scenes from an Epic Flower Battle in Spain

Colorful images from photographers Samantha Friend and Jessica Pettway.
Samantha Friend
Jessica Pettway
9.13.17
paper art

These Incredibly Realistic Flowers Are Actually Made of Paper

Tiffanie Turner has the art of paper flowers down to a science.
Eva Recinos
8.3.17
Design

Frozen Flower Arrangements Are Insta-Cool Summer Creations

A digital take on the still life plays with the contrast between brilliant flowers and slick ice.
Diana Shi
7.16.17
paintings

What Makes an Immigrant? These Floral Paintings Seek an Answer

Jet Martinez tackles immigration, culture, and the handmade object in his new solo show.
Eva Recinos
5.31.17
Animation

'Story of Flowers' Tells an Epic Animated Tale of Life and Death

Botanical artist Azuma Makoto directed the short to teach his five-year-old daughter about science.
Beckett Mufson
5.24.17
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