Hide and Seek by Solenne Morigeaud

I think it is great when someone uses their talents to further a great cause. Take French designer Solenne Morigeaud and her floor design “Hide and Seek”.

 

Hide and Seek by Solenne Morigeaud

 

She wanted to draw attention to the many plants that are facing extinction. Rather than stick up a poster, she screen-printed different plant species onto a wooden floor in tones that matched that of the timber.

They disappear until a ray of sunshine hits them…

 

The UV rays in the sunlight bring the plants to life in Hide and Seek by Solenne Morigeaud

 

The UV light causes the photochromic paint to change into vivid colour so the plants literally bursts into life in the sunlight.

 

Colours pop as the sunlight touches the plant in Hide and Seek by Solenne Morigeaud

 

I think it’s a really clever way to show how a nature reacts to its environment and indeed the more profound thought that our attention to the cause is like the sunshine.

Without it the endangered species will just fade into the shadows and chances are, by the time we realise, it will be too late and they will be gone forever.

 

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