Dried 3D soil-and-seed prints

This is what prints look like after plants (in this case mostly grass) wither away.
Most of the prints were made last year and since I have kept them away from sunlight, grass hasn’t yellowed too much.
Unfortunately, I haven’t yet found a way to grow new plants on dried-out prints. Because whenever I try to water them again, they start to crumble and fall apart.

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3D printed mud vessel with withered grass.

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3D printed mud vessel with withered grass.

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3D printed mud vessel with withered grass.

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3D printed mud vessel with withered grass.

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3D printed triangle made of mud with withered watercress. A collaboration with Skylar Brennan

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3D printed triangle made of mud with withered watercress. A collaboration with Skylar Brennan

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3D printed mud vessel. It originally had clover and grass growing on it.
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3D printed mud vessel. it originally had clover and grass growing on it.
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Star-shaped 3D print made of mud with withered grass.
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3D printed object made of mud with withered grass.

 

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Concrete blocks with green prints

A little experiment with green prints and concrete.