Perfect designing is not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. Kristen Meyer is a person who puts the objects in such a meticulous fashion that they look perfect and whole. Kristen is a designer and prop stylist based in Connecticut. The spectrum of her career has included work in floral design, interior decorating, window design and prop styling.
She makes eye-catching geometric flat lay art by just using organic material she finds. She uses common things like eggshells, petals, pebbles, etc. to create stunning patterns. Her unique art form is not just only about placing objects, she judges her surroundings properly and utilizes the available materials in a specific manner to actually develop something into art.
Nature meets scissors
Kristen Meyer defines her work with light backgrounds which are pastel-colored and use negative spaces so wonderfully that it brings out messages quite clearly. Her art seems like depicting the process of deconstruction. She describes it as “nature meets scissors”. Sometimes she doesn’t alter the object and makes it her perfect version of art.
The different and broken pieces of things have their own beauty. She clearly shows that there is beauty in imperfections. She finds beauty where no one else sees it. Whatever people throw away she collects. In her daily routine, she goes for a short walk and collects two or three leaves. She shows anyone can make art of anything. They just need to have the vision.