Thursday, November 12, 2009

Parallel Systems Design


Hi Everyone! This is a different arrangement...a kind you don't see everyday :)
The parallel systems design consists of grouping or clustering of flowers and foliage.
This technique is called parallelism because each stem placement is parallel to each other; whether it be vertical, horizontal, or even diagonal. Leaving empty space in this design is good because it allows your eye to travel through out the arrangement.
Hope you like :)

8 comments:

MAP said...

classy and different...i like!

missbmckay said...

I really love this technique. I love using a lot of different textures, and this is a great way to showcase that.

The romantic query letter and the happy-ever-after said...

I’m reminded each time I visit your blog how a passion well expressed can inspire. Thanks for sharing, all the very best and a lovely weekend

Enzie Shahmiri said...

It's a very interesting concept and yes, I do like the idea. I am glad you stopped by my garden delights blog. It's nice to see the work of bloggers who live close by!

Kellie Collis said...

Very clever x

Tracey said...

It's gorgeous Christina!!! Happy Monday to you too sweetie!

:) T

Marina said...

What a lovely idea Christina!
Is it a shadow box, that you have displayed it in?
Have a great week!

Susan said...

Stunning!