Calling these protest plantings in Madrid “ecosystems” is going a step too far (as is calling the cake protectors covering them “greenhouses”), but the impetus behind their installation is noble: To protest a lack of greens paces in the city’s center.
Graffiti made from moss. Now we’ve seen everything!
Fabulous work from the British artist Anna Garforth.
Our friends over at the Hudson Valley Seed Library, along with Annie Novak, assistant manager of NYBG’s Ruth Rea Howell Family Garden, will be on-hand at the New Museum’s Festival of Ideas for the New City on Saturday, May 7, where they will be helping participants create “seed sculptures” a creative take on the concept of the “seed bomb.”
— Great interview with Richard Reynolds, founder of the Guerrilla Gardening movement. What do you think of Guerrilla Gardening?