ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI’S LACER/ACTIONS AT PARALLAX AF, LONDON (OCTOBER 14-15-16, 2011)

GRAPHIC LAY-OUT BASED ON “NINE ELEVEN – NEW YORK 2001” ARTWORK, CANVAS, 47X70, ON SHOW AT PARALLAX AF, LONDON (LA GALLERIA, ROYAL OPERA ARCADE, PALL MALL), OCTOBER 14-15-16, 2011.

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PLANTS HAVE EYES. THOSE OF CHILDREN

A great success for an activity launched to Italian schools by the Flower Council Holland: students invited to draw “The plant I like”.

Flower Council Holland – through Okay! monthly magazine – has asked the Italian schools to draw “the plant that I like”, flower plants and indoor plants. The outcome was better than expected. About 3.000 the drawings sent to promoters, confirming that the invitation launched by the Flower Council Holland has turned into an opportunity to look around, discover and learn about the wonderful world of plants that offer color, comfort, serenity and well-being, to people, to environment and to our homes.

A mass of colored drawings tell us that plants talk and caress us with their discreet presence. And now, with these thousands of drawings, we may look at the plants through the eyes of children. And also plants have eyes. Those of children.

In this page, some beautiful drawings made by Italian students.