sky planter

sky planter
With the Sky Planter, designed by Patrick Morris, you can grow plants upside down inside your home or office. Using a ground breaking internal reservoir system to feed water directly to the roots, means no water evaporates or drips. The Sky Planter is made from ceramic and is available from Rockett St. George.

sky planter

(via Poppytalk)

14 Responses to sky planter

  1. maybe this designer doesn’t know much about botanics cos plants will bend thanks to negative geotropism.
    anyway, amusing for a while.
    wonderful blog. thanks. I enjoy it very much

  2. nature rape.

  3. I think we should hang Patrick Morris upside down from the ceiling. By his balls.

  4. This really is NoStyle!

  5. @Cinzia,

    Maybe you don’t understand a thing about what geotropism is.

  6. Power to the plants!
    En de groeten aan Wim!

  7. Bedankt Olisadebe! ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. Whoehahaha, die planten gaan tuurk hardstikke deaut

  9. muur kan wel verflikje gebruiken imo

  10. Whahaha, FAKE…. Everyone can rotate an image 180 degrees in Photoshop….. However, that does leave one wondering how stiff those wires are on which the plants are placed!


  11. Can I do the same thing with a dog? If yes, where can I buy this mindblowing peace of art?

  12. lillendvleesch je bent echt een photoshop noob als je denkt dat die draden evt niet nep zouden kunnen zijn.

    maar even terzijde.

    het is creatief maar onnatuurlijk.

  13. @ geenstijl,
    Het zal wel iets hips zijn om je muren niet te verven denk ik…

    maar het is idd een beetje een kudt design

  14. I was drawn here by the smell of a roast to find this post flamed to a crisp. The idea really is begging for it though. What is next a chandelier of babies in baptism gowns? omg… I probably shouldn’t have said that. Now I’m going to see it in a gallery. Give it a week.

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