The Necessarity Of Mud On Desk


QING YANG (CAMILLE)


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It's all about changing the deteriorating relationship between indoor humans and indoor plants.

As you charge your phone each day because you use it every day, how about your plants? If they are functional in practical necessity, will you remember to water them every day? In indoor environments, it is not uncommon for plants to be left to die after purchasing them. It is imperative for us to change the way indoor plants interact with living humans.



Plants here are on the desk, but not only on the desk. Rather, they are on the desk, in the desk, and are the desk. They all serve a purpose, they are not just decorative. Their function can range from something as simple as a pen container to a medical kit to a photo frame. They are your on-desk stationaries, your personal garden, and the place where your thoughts stray when you sneak off from work.


Plants should be put to greater use than just decoration. Having a garden in your head should never be translated into reality, because every action you take to enhance your garden will entice you to keep doing so.

We should never be satisfied with our relationship with plants in our homes. We know that the universe began with a beautiful garden, the Garden of Eden. Therefore, by the logic of things, we should be able to cut out a piece of it, and place it on our desk.




As I look up from my screen now, I see the grass grow bigger than my view, as if I were a mini human from Aiins world.