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Beautiful Exploded Flowers

In his latest series of photographs, Singaporean artist Fong Qi Wei disassembles different flowers and lays them bare on a canvas. By doing this, Wei shows not only the individual floral components but also natural symmetry of flowers.

Have a look at some of the roses, lilies, dahlias, and hydrangeas from his Exploded Flowers series after the jump.

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Inorganic Flora By Macoto Murayama

Digital artist Macoto Murayama makes the most detailed computer-generated illustrations of flowers. Murayama dissects real plants and observes them under a magnifying glass before rendering the geometric structures on his computer.

Murayama takes anywhere from three days to a month to create each piece. The results are truly incredible, showing the beauty and complexity of flowers. Take a look at some of them below.

See the full list of images and descriptions at The Telegraph.

[via Pink Tentacle]