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Marcin Rusak grew up surrounded by the ghosts of abandoned greenhouses. His family’s century-old flower growing business abruptly shuttered when he was young, but the unsettling visuals of rusted metal, zinc planters, broken glass, and orphaned pumps in his backyard never quite left his imagination. In the years since, the Warsaw-born designer has dedicated his flourishing practice to slowing down the process of decay by capturing flowers in resin to create breathtaking furniture and objects that, in essence, freeze specific snapshots of time that reveal the immaculate yet fleeting beauty of florals. “If something is perishable or ephemeral,” he told Surface in 2017, “it creates this urge in you to preserve it and keep it.”
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