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Solo show at Sarah Cottier Gallery, comprised of multiple forms with cement, marble waste, limestone, steel slag and coal ash as sculptural materials, and inhabited by a complex mix of plant species native to the east coast of Australia. This exhibition a…

The Sculptures of Jamie North Jamie North is a Sydney based artist working across the mediums of sculpture and photography. Artist creates magnificent sculptures made out of cement, stone, marble,.


Endolith Casts: Exploring Textual Composition

dana barnes endolith casts collective design new york design weekdana barnes references lichen life for endolith casts seating series


Large Faceted Planters An interesting perspective with these planters, not a curved line it sight, yet the planters create a sense of curves.

Vertikaler Garten für Innen selber machen, indoor gardening - leicht gemacht! Tolle DIY Idee!

Vertikaler Garten für Innen selber machen, indoor gardening - leicht gemacht! Tolle DIY Idee!

This work appeared in the group exhibition: "Masculin Feminin (part 2)" at Sarah Cottier Gallery, 23rd March - 21st April 2012.

This work appeared in the group exhibition: "Masculin Feminin (part at Sarah Cottier Gallery, March - April

Jan Jander - Concrete Garden Pot | Hotel World Asia

Concrete planters (try from hypertufa with chicken wires and polystyrene insert for winter insulation?

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Designed as a final project for the Karel de Grote Hogeschool, the HIVE design collective's eponymous planter for Belgian label D&M Depot represents the fresh design outlook of the Antwerp scene. This modular concrete creation in a honeycomb-inspired form


Pour casting concrete into rubber gloves, being carefully to remove air bubbles from fingers. Mould into position working fast before concrete sets. When set, peel of rubber gloves revealing your concrete planter.

If you wanted to get really artsy you could paint the cinder blocks or even do a bit of mosaics on them before starting your garden too! We started out used plastic spoons and a sharpie marker to write what we were growing but later ended up painted some beautiful rocks to display what is growing where! That’s it!  How easy is that!  She is so incredibly proud of her garden and she can’t wait to see the fruits of our labor. I have to admit…

Raised Garden Bed ~ Add cardboard or something up the sides to hold water. Garden works well, but may dry out easily. Also, in the individual holes, you can plant herbs, green peppers and zucchini.