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Local Transplants

Since the quarantine began this March (2020), I've been collecting flowers in my Los Angeles neighborhood of Palms. Not only do I have more time to learn about the flora that make L.A. so colorful but, more importantly, the spring blossoms represent a sense of normalcy. The natural world is still in motion, blooming unfazed. Due to the global state of isolation born from COVID-19, I’m sharing my observations through a series of postcards—a physical mode of correspondence in a moment of purely digital connectivity. I’ve given my subjects a dreamlike aura to embody today's surreal atmosphere and to break up the daily monotony of our new normal.

Project Roles
Artist, Designer
Adobe Photoshop, Design, Creative Research
Art, Personal Project
Local Transplants
Local Transplants