Creative artist Philippa Stanton lives in Brighton, UK and she designs amazing flower compositions on her distressed table then photographs them. She describes them as “a sort of visual haiku or poem, which give people the space to think their own thoughts and which also inspire them to take a moment, sit and look, really look, at details and spaces, in particular details of plants and textures.” She sometimes places some other objects like a cup of tea, secateurs, pencils and so on in flower portraits. She believes her flower arranging inspiration stems from her late Granny’s Ikebana passion. Besides her table still life compositions, she also creates synaesthetic, abstract paintings of sound, taste and smell. If you like her artwork, you may wish to visit her blog here.