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What might have inspired this?

skyPlanter

This new product from an Australian designer just came across our desk.  Its called the Sky Planter and its by Patrick Morris. The website touts the Sky Planter’s ability to save water, floor space, and your plants, but we already knew the benefits of upside down plants here at MASS MoCA.  We’re checking our records to see if Mr. Morris has ever been a visitor….

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Posted August 25, 2009 by MASS MoCA
Filed under BLOG, Design, Exhibitions, Tree Logic
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One Comment on “What might have inspired this?”

  1. Patrick Morris Says:

    I haven’t actually been to your museum yet and was unaware of Natalie Jeremijenko’s Tree Logic until well after I’d designed and launched the Sky Planter. But what a wonderful coincidence. I will be making a visit at some time in the future, I hope (from my homeland of New Zealand, not Australia!) Kind regards, Patrick Morris.

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