Maxwell Anderson has been accumulating his photographs of flowers over the last 6 years. His choice of photographs are deliberately awkward and unceremonious. In the book, Anderson combines his snapshots of common flowers with equally common and often inane human interpretations and interactions with them. His interst lies within the everyday relationship between people and flowers, the attraction to them and the use of them as fashion accessories.
The book is three hole sewn, bound in a textured, fibrous cover material which emulates pressed flowers, wrapped by a yellow partial sleeve with clear foil blocking on the front.