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Ready: The Microcosm (S) - Growth, Mushroom Inspired 3D Printed Preserved Moss

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PriceFrom $94.50
  • Handcrafted by scientists & designers in Malacca, Malaysia. This is a 100% real preserved indoor plant and moss art serving as a long-lasting, maintenance-free plant gift or desk decor.

    Every piece has similar design concept based on the reference photos attached in this listing. Overall arrangements are slightly randomized due to natural elements. We craft every piece with our best skills cultivated over nine years of TerraLiving and they come with a very personal touch.

    You can expect to receive the exact photo of your selection once it is ready to ship.

    🍄 About this design:

    Drawing upon our past experiences working in a mycology laboratory, The Microcosm - Growth is the latest addition to our Biomorphism Collection.

    Housed within a glass dome with a minimalist hand-crafted black base, a 3D-printed organic sculpture reminiscent of an intricate fungi mycelia mass filled with preserved plant materials nestles in the heart of the terrarium, emerging from a bed of ZERO Moss.

    The use of 3D printing technology in the creation process pushes the boundaries of traditional art and expresses the harmonious union of technology and nature.

    The inspiration behind "The Microcosm - Growth" transcends mere aesthetics. It is a celebration of the ever-evolving life of organic beings and how we may one day create synthetic life for interstellar colonization.

    The sculpture within the terrarium encapsulates our thoughts and impressions of nature's perpetual growth, its unending cycle of life, death, and rebirth.

    Through our "Simulated Growth" design language, we explore the growth patterns of diverse organisms at a molecular level, reflecting nature's profound complexity and beauty.

    This desktop-sized sculpture with everlasting ZERO Moss is an ode to life, an exploration of organic growth patterns, and a tribute to the infinite cycle of nature.
     

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