Brooklyn residents flock to Brooklyn Museum for pop-up 'Flower Flash'

Lewis Miller is known for turning trash to treasure as he builds massive arrangements out of trash cans.

Faith Graham

Apr 17, 2024, 4:49 PM

Updated 42 days ago

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Brooklyn residents flocked to the Brooklyn Museum today for a pop-up "Flower Flash."
"Flower Flash" is a concept created by floral designer Lewis Miller. He's known for turning trash to treasure as he builds massive arrangements out of trash cans.
Miller typically builds the creations in the early morning hours. Today's arrangement was full of cherry blossoms as it graced the steps of the Brooklyn Museum.
Many people said they learned of the flash via social media and immediately hopped on the subway to see it for themselves.
"I think it's beautiful, I think it's really cool. Really, really beautiful exhibit with the flowers. I'm really enjoying it," said Joe Astle.


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