Press, marketing and mentions

Our shoot is published! Check out this awesome San Fransisco wedding shoot at Cambria. See the feature at http://www.catalystwedco.com/blog/2016/12/2/wedding-inspiration-lace-and-quartz-a-vibrant-urban-elopement?rq=buena

 

Recently featured on a Gift Guide at Rebateszone.com

http://www.rebateszone.com/christmas-gift-ideas-women-2016

Thanks Buzzfeed and yes, I am now selling on Amazon.

Also, was featured on Refinery 29 under the BulletinNYC.

Own It!

https://www.ownit.com/communities/ownit/posts/803340

American Craft magazine June/July 2016

Cool Hunting about the Growth Show Spring 2016 NYCXDesign.

"Designers were asked to create an object that could hold, promote and/or sustain growth, with all pieces needing the ability to go into production for their respective marketplace. The results are anything but formulaic. An upside-down take-out container by Detroit-based FPB Studio and Dan Elkin allows orchids and other plants to grow down. A striking bubble-shaped aquarium (home to a betta fish) by Juan Carlos Trapp reflects and warps the world around the air plants. "Medusa," a crazy bentwood piece by Jenny Wong-Stanley's Art of Plants is a remarkable feat of workmanship. Pictured below are Justin Bailey's single-stem Poche Vase and Ryan Heinz' hybrid bonsai planter and jewelry catchall "Cove." All in all, a terra cotta pot sometimes just doesn't do the beauty and diversity of plants justice—but this exhibition is filled with those who've done a great job." http://www.coolhunting.com/design/growth-exhibition-nycxdesign-2016

Featured on Business News Daily 3/2016

http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/8826-art-of-plants-snapshot.html

Featured on Houzz.com 3/2016

Our Hubs were featured on Architectural Digest 2/2016

http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/google-onhub-router

    

Yes, we made it as one of Martha Stewart's American Made design finalist. 

Your Home Magazine recently featured a really fantastic and beautiful spread of us. Thank you Scott.

Etsy gave us a small feature. That was nice of them.

The Renegade is always great fun for us.

The Brightside Project was a fun sweepstakes that Art of Plants participated in.