patrick blanc


Happy Assassin’s Christmas!

—How Assassin’s Creed characters delivered Christmas gifts
   From sky till sea, Before the morning comes

 The Sentences topside on the illustrations are Christmas greetings in each countries though, I’m not living any those nations (little sad), so if I was wrong, I’m so sorry and please say to me then I’ll fix it quickly as possible!
(Italian→French→Lebanese →English→Kanien'keha→French→Irish →Welsh)

Also, Sorry if your favorite character is not here :( 

+++ I changed Aveline and Gérald’s Christmas greetings. French is more  appropriate and I’m so sorry that was so big mistake ;-; I was totally wrong T-T Thanks to @ r-stern you’re so nice and genius!
+++ I changed Altaïr and Malik’s card too! It must be written from right side and I used wrong sentence. Thank you @bottleassassin! You guys so awesome!
+++ I changed Altaïr and Malik’s card again! I misunderstood point T-T; I did not use wrong sentence, but when I typed in Photoshop, Photoshop suddenly reversed this sentence! So I should have reversed, not just line up from right side.
Thanks to @bottleassassin, anon, and another anon again!
Sorry about my foolishness and keep changing my art over and over ;-;(But this is important job, right?)

Happy Christmas everyone! :D


1.This is a building featuring a ‘living wall’ by the company ELT.

2. garden wall by Patrick Blanc at the Musee du Quai Branly

“[In vertical gardens,] plants are rooted in sheets of fibrous material anchored to a wall. Water trickles down between the sheets and feeds the moss, vines and other plants. Bacteria on the roots of the plants metabolize air impurities such as volatile organic compounds.”- Wikipedia quote

An art installation of green plants growing on the wall of the building next to the CaixaForum Madrid — a modern art gallery — In Madrid, Spain. The living wall was created by french botanist Patrick Blanc                        

Ben Gately Williams

Creatures of the Wind and Tavi Gevinson’s Southern Spring Trip

“The dinner at the store was held on the first evening that we arrived,” Gabioer says. “There’s a beautiful courtyard in the middle of the store, with a two-floor vertical garden with hundreds of different plants, designed by French botanist Patrick Blanc.”

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