culinary floral art, new genre

The fallen rose bottle, continued

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the 10, June, 2017

tag[s]: death project art + culinary floral art.

In preparation for

[what and rest-safe;]


cited theme advertisement:

preparation H

[and again?]

DownloadsDanger zones of unrest

after a few days of festering

in the non-disease way;

the bottle continues:

with plans of donated

coffee + a few parts

of other dried and

collected flower-things

as photographed;

festering rose pieces + flower diorama


+ coffee

cited: Donut Shop Classics

once opened; inside the bottle: the dead








for additional

supplement: and only! ? what if this were

also a sniff bottle. Once coffee was opened

the bag was tea like so decided to

drink it; and instead use fragrant

and encase-ing wrapper + sugar prior

to flower additions.

on specialized foil theme: of space travel

theme 2: when

trash takes a

vapid futuristic


seal and sugar; sugar the coffee,




two simultaneous ; cookings

meaning preparations;

the stalt of preparation [y]

as an aside: In my tap-water is

the cited: coffee bag;


green tea bag; kirkland

signature ; and sugar.

sorry for the blur?


after the sugar and foil in the

fallen rose bottle tear; no; pilfer

apart the drying flowers in

bag: flower diorama [sp?]

adding drinkable tiny pieces to the c-t-s drink, also.

also I have collected a few spare sticks for

other art ; that I might additionally [be]

inserting into the bottle of rose[s]

or such pieces;

as the flower pieces are pilfered; insert

semi-attentively into bottle and give

the insides a salad twirl grabbing the

lid; at this stage: the fallen rose bottle

is something like an ensulated/insulated

magic scent, wide-stick.

and, that’s where we’re

at now.

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theme: it looks like grass; out in/from the doors

a fallen rose bottle [not done]

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for The Fictional VolunTier Project


tag[s]: The Death Project , The Death Project art, flower stuff, art applications to … v., v. enactment, and v. c.

dates: 6917 – 6817

by goura fotadar

for safety;

today instead of

creating rose water; something

so love-ly but coveted wrongly;

just, a fallen rose bottle;

the fallen of course is

the roses found in this

record; and the bottle

is an empty bottle whose contentx [s]

were drunk. As usual pilfer the

rose petals -> and leaves, too [and whatever [of flower, ?] else, also.] [too, also.]

and place in bottle.

the in teresting thig-n is

that the bottle was not

washed out past the

drink and of course

being a soda bottle   which is

something like

baking soda [?][.] the pleasant

o-d-or [the baking soda or soda [remnant smell] covers up the pleasant o-dor, to create a more subtle potpourri type scent?]

theme: gum stuck to injuries

chewed obvious, provides

remedies? to foil

and rubberband or

to cover

another way?

think about the thorns; as

the [flower: rose,] sticks come free in

the pilfering of petals; will they,

if kept long enough; break through

the thickness, texture of the

bottle [if it’s not added to, in exterior facade?] … in the stem: is urgency?

how. as it’s placed in the temporary?

center of bottle it’s nearly impossible

to place any additional petals

and other flower parts in;

see photograph; the pull to

continue placement of flower parts requires


a rapid snap-shot; of the

placed stem; and until likely it

may eventually move out of the

way. In an interesting

correlation the bottom

of the bottle is

as other [x … y … other

unknown types]

might have noticed; shaped

like a bud and-or flower

catastrophe ; and here catas-

trophe just means form.

as you’re restoring your

energy {I mean I’m tired then; when this physical part is being worked on] to take the photograph

place the fallen flower

specimens that you don’t

plan to place in the bottle

down your shirt or rub into

your arms; such as a perfume


On observation this set

of roses at least; is so visibly

seen as a scene spider web inside

bottle. [goth, morbid art? in this phase at least; phase art: what do you se-a]

hint: to make your gum flower

last longer … stick arose

petal in the chew.

death project, art notes [the chime]; the flowers as might or not have been alreade mentiona [theme: ready machines, machinings, theme music citation: jason derulo whatcha’ say] were found! fallen and so something like dead; the bottle is a death specimen in the obvious that it’s not alive; and together they are a unified death art; as opposed to flowers that might have been something like … still attached in a greenhouse or something. notice, the conceptional look of this soda bottle and its closeness to the, a cliché vision or sight of a greenhouse; on an expansive view or on an expanding view … how you might envision in thought a greenhouse if they, it as a concept still exist[s] and when they did when viewing this bottle in the process if it doesn’t reach further art cover up; a metaphor for make-up as art also; this part: the obvious as is commonly used on a gone celebration, recent; and in lingo “the fallen” refers to the specified deceased but essentially all such. The rose then and any flower; is perhaps a past, passed [here: both apply] death sentiment as often seen, scene in such death-like faces; the hope of what else might be achieved passed the death; the existence of flower; in metaphysical interpretations of this here: l’arte.










Pear Cliche, i.e.; & Rum’s Theory 2

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First Level. Rum’s Theory 2 by me, Goura Fotadar is available for free, starting tomorrow; for five days,

but also this way through kindleunlimited.

First Level Intro. Below is the link to download, on Amazon, it is.

But first, here is a brief, copy describer, of it:

2nd Level. Rum’s Theory 2, another, description, written by Goura Fotadar (obvious)
date, first created-description: 82716
This Rum’s Theory,
the second one in the series, this series;
theme: The edibility of art consumption in art construction theory; in culinary theory, and culinary floral theory.

3rd Level. art for this work, made by me (obvious)pearcliche

3rd Level Intro. cited: Amazon & Amazon Kindle.

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(The Link to Download the Book, …)



it’s like a virtual studio

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art/conception: I feel like I’m inside and looking at these portions of the art creation in-person and these are memories of them as the recordings are playing of my memory intake processing (or something)


cited: voicethread, as studied and used on 62916