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A collection of essays for the botanically curious
Meet Fred, photographer and keen plant enthusiast, with the belief that plants punctuate a space. Literally. Join us as he invites us into his home in the 10th Arrondissement, and discusses how plants punctuate his personal space. Exploring their growth, the spaces in which they expand, and how that suggests an affinity or interest in a particular place in his apartment over another.
This is considered the first photographic image published, but who made it? Golding Bird (1814-1854) was a British medical doctor and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. Bird used a boxwood block chemically prepared in the manner of Talbot's preparation of paper.
Sergiy Barchuk is a Ukrainian-American photographer with a speciality in still life. Drawing swathes of inspiration from the natural world and the mundane experiences of the everyday, Barchuk deftly and uniquely navigates his professional career. Producing consistently wonderful images, oozing with creativity, join us to take a moment to enjoy and discover his work through this series, commissioned by Sowvital.
The story of the first government-appointed plant pathologist in Scotland, best known for her research on strains of disease-resistant strawberries.
Marie Méon, founder and culinary mastermind behind MANGER MANGER, initially worked as a retail designer for luxury brands such as Dior and Chanel for a decade, learning the importance of excellence and high standards.
Laszlo Badet, a skilled ‘petite-main’ who works for high-end fashion houses in Paris, has a passion rooted in rustic and creative cuisine that reflects her Swiss-Italian roots.
Andrea Sham's delectable creations are a delight both visually, and on the palette. Instead of keeping her passions for patisserie and art separate, she combines, resulting in cakes that are nothing short of ephemeral works of art.