Used filters from cigarette butts that William Amor collected in the streets of Paris are transformed into a beautiful mimosa. William works primarily with recycled materials, transforming pollutants into exceptional floral works. The sanitised and cleaned fibres of the cigarette butts are extracted with a blade and mounted on rods. Each stem is then fixed with a jewel-like precision on a preserved eucalyptus stem, to form a mimosa flower.

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Mimosa Mégots

Used filters from cigarette butts that William Amor collected in the streets of Paris are transformed into a beautiful mimosa. William works primarily with recycled materials, transforming pollutants into exceptional floral works. The sanitised and cleaned fibres of the cigarette butts are extracted with a blade and mounted on rods. Each stem is then fixed with a jewel-like precision on a preserved eucalyptus stem, to form a mimosa flower.

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Type: Artificial flower
Dimensions: 52 H x 28 W x 26 D cm
Material: Recycled materials, plastic, eucalyptus stems, solid oak base
Date: 2019

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