Tiptoe through the plastic-camera tulips

There are beautiful flower gardens, and then there are beautiful flower gardens made from multiple miniature cameras. Have a stroll through the latter variety.

Rows upon rows of tulips -- made of plastic cameras. Andre Feliciano

Photographers often point their cameras at flowers. If they take pictures of Brazilian artist Andre Feliciano's gardens, things are bound to get a bit meta. Feliciano constructs whimsical landscapes out of tiny plastic shooters.

Click on the gallery below to tiptoe through Feliciano's tulips -- and roses, azaleas, delphinium, and other plastic-camera flora on display through July 1 at the new Photoville photo festival in Brooklyn, N.Y. Cool, and colorful, stuff...

(Via My Modern Met)
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