Last week, to coincide with Valentine’s Day, Asda unveiled a beautiful floral portrait of William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Made entirely out of Asda’s finest Valentine’s Day flowers, the masterpiece was the brainchild of floral designer Joseph Massie.
It was exhibited outside the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square in London. And whilst it was in situ, Joe gave out beautiful Red Naomi roses to commuters and passers-by.
Standing at an impressive 8.8ft tall by 6.6ft wide, it required 1,830 flowers and took 150 man hours to make.
The following flowers were used…Aqua (pink), Akito (white), Bordeaux (red), Passion (red) and Red Naomi roses, carnations, tulips, Lollipop and Red Rock germini.
Joe said: “I’m always looking for the next big project to create art with flowers, so this was the perfect challenge.
It has been fantastic to work with Asda’s stunning flower range again to recreate such an iconic image of William and Kate for Valentine’s Day.
I hope it inspires people to treat their loved ones on Valentine’s Day with a bunch of flowers and create their very own happy ending.”
Many congratulations to Joe on yet another amazing floral creation!
P.S. Last year, he made this stunning flower dress for Valentine’s Day.
(Images : Asda/Joseph Massie)