An artist going under the pseudonym of Noccito decided to brighten up the city of Brussels by doing an experimental “Conceptissimo In The City” exhibit in the streets of Brussels. This consisted placing places framed flower arrangements in the urban environment of our Capital.
Conceptissimo In The City originally took place between Easter and Assumption Day of 2019. While most only survived a few days or just hours, some did manage to last for months and surprisingly enough a few are still there to this day a year after. Pictures in this post are the two I stumbled on these two this summer attached to trees of in front of the Sainte-Croix church while walking around the Ixelles pond on a scorching hot summer day.
The two surviving Conceptissimo In The City flower arrangements can be found at: Place Sainte-Croix, 1050 Ixelles, Brussels, Belgium