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Ready-to-fly: "The Perception", Parametric Sculpture, Preserved Moss Terrarium

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PriceFrom $517.50
  • 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.

    🔬 Every plane is derived from the structure of human spinal discs.

    Ever heard of the saying, “you see things not as they are, but as you are”?

    We are fascinating beings. 

    Two people can sit in a classroom, listen to the same teacher, but understand two opposite things. 

    Most likely, it's because they interpreted the information based on their past experiences. 

    "Our perception forms our reality" is not an understatement. 

    How we perceive life, the world, and nature can affect how we think, feel, and act. 

    Positive vs. Negative.

    Good vs. Bad. 

    Half-full vs. half-empty. 

    If you shine your sight on another angle, you might see different things.

    Like how "The Perception’s" shadow moves and changes its shape subtly as you move the light source…

    Your perception of a person, event, or object also changes depending on where you look.

    So, the next time you glance at "The Perception", let it be a reminder to look at life from different angles. 

    Who knows, you might make new discoveries.

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