These Are the Vessels Worthy of Your Plants

If anybody is having an excellent year in 2020, its got to be plants. Were purchasing all the plants. Were praising them. Were wanting them well. Were finding the most stunning pots and vessels to put them in and worship them. In a best act of flattery, Fort Makers, the New York– based design studio and artist collective, is delighted to present The Planter Show, a group exhibit of sculptural planters, flower pots, and abstract containers developed by 40 modern artists and designers.” The exhibit is grounded in the personification of the life and the vessel type it houses as a single entity,” says Fort Makers cofounder and innovative director Nana Spears. “Each planter is an admired expression of our love for nature, and becomes a distinct confront with a tidy hairstyle or a wild beast with a rowdy hair. Previously this year, as we pulled back into the personal privacy of our houses, numerous found themselves alienated from nature and newly connected to domestic area. In our minute of seclusion, our plant collections end up being landscapes– each fern, palm, and succulent a sacred intermediary to the outside world.” Each sculpture will hold plants sourced in collaboration with the design studios surrounding nursery and gardening shop, Dahing Plants. The plants will be taken care of by buddy of Clever and local plant medical professional Maryah Greene, who will in addition host a virtual “Planting 101” workshop at Fort Makers.If youre in New York City, Fort Makers and The Planter Show will be open to the general public by consultation just, plus the design studio will profit from its store windows in the exhibitions style, and even more enhance The Planter Show with an online viewing room and web store. The opening is Friday, September 25, and the program will be on view through November 19. Check out a few of the beauties here.L to R: Terracotta Cylinder by Paula Grief and Hairy Bowl Tripod Planter by Keith Simpson
Swan Pond by Janie Korn
The Singing Rose 2 & & 1 by Lauren Elder
Conch Shell Planter by Scott Reeder
Vayu by Farrah Sit & & Joel Seigle
Had to do it to them by Didi Rojas
Thumbs-Up Planter by Jessi Li
Coptic Planter with Clover Diamonds by Elisabeth Kley
Center Right: CAT by Shino Taked. Remaining Works (L to R): Tulip Pot, Double Line Pot, and Leg Up by Naomi Clark.

In an ideal act of flattery, Fort Makers, the New York– based style studio and artist collective, is delighted to present The Planter Show, a group exhibition of sculptural planters, flower pots, and abstract containers created by 40 modern artists and designers. “Each planter is an idolized expression of our love for nature, and becomes an unique face with a neat haircut or a wild beast with an unruly hair. The plants will be cared for by pal of Clever and regional plant medical professional Maryah Greene, who will furthermore host a virtual “Planting 101” workshop at Fort Makers.If youre in New York City, Fort Makers and The Planter Show will be open to the public by visit only, plus the style studio will capitalize on its shop windows in the exhibits style, and further enhance The Planter Show with an online viewing space and web store. Inspect out a few of the charms here.L to R: Terracotta Cylinder by Paula Grief and Hairy Bowl Tripod Planter by Keith Simpson