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Artistic deckchairs at the Royal Parks in London..


(Photography of St. James's Park by Tzina Alimpoutaki- Joustra.
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Shanghai's Gardens and more of that really art works and designs are 'moved' to the Royal Parks in London.
London's Royal Parks that cover 5.000 acres and make an enjoyable and healthy environment for the people transformed the simple and traditional Royal's Parks deckchairs to a profound  art work.
The eight Royal Parks Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Regent's Park, The Green Parks, St James Park, Bushy Park, Richmond Park and Greenwich Park visited by millions every year and enjoyed by people who spend hours on walking or sitting under the sun special on sunny days.
According to The Royal Parks foundation "...the idea for Deckchair Dreams sprang in life when we looked out the window in the Hyde Park one sunny day and thought ' Wouldn't it be wonderful if the deckchairs had unusual design on them..."
                                                                St. James Royal Park.



Deckchairs at the St. James's Park in London surrounded by Buckingham Palace,  Clarence House, St James's Palac e and Westminster. Deckchairs have provided thousands of people with a place to rest themselves after an exploration the Royal Parks of London.
The vision of deckchairs at the Royal Parks in London with wonderful and unusual art design on them became a reality.
                                                                   Designed by Qui Zhijie.
Art work with the title ' The star of Wisdom Has Gone'  by the Qui Zhijie (1969) who is one of the most versatile artists in China. Well know conceptual photographer and also for his paintings, video, installations and calligraphy.  Qui's deckchair design illustrates the connection between writer-creation and the world.
' The Seed Man Chair'. Designed by Rob Kesseler who is avisual artist and Proffesor of Ceramic Art & Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. 
The Seed Man Chair is inspired by the Italian painter Archimboldo who painted human heads made up of fruits and vegetables.
 'Pro terra et natura', designed by Wu Ching-ju. The artist was born in Taiwan and grew up fascinated 
by the traditional art of China. Flowers and nature embracing the disciplines of harmony and balance. She moved to Holland with her Dutch husband and she enrolled in art classes in Maastricht. Her art works are much in demand and special her sculpture group Fountain of Blessings (2008)  has been photographed in China the most.
                                                                    Artist Wu Ching-Ju.
                                                Alice Dass Deckchair. Designed by Alice Dass.
                                                Deckchairs at the St.James Royal Park.
                                                  Deckchair designed by Matthew Williamson.

                                                     Deckchair designed by Julie Verhoeven.

                                            The surrounding area of The St James Royal Park in London.


                               





The Royal Parks Foundation (USA) is an independent charity that supports the work of the Royal Parks Foundation (UK). It helps conserve and restore London's landscapes, buildings, statues and monuments, supports wildlife and biodiversity and promotes horticultural creative and educative exchanges.
                                                Deckchair designed by the artist Wang Chao graduated from the China Academy of Art in 1988. He follow traditional woodblock printing techniques which in China today a method of relief design combined with colour printing. He is currently exhibiting at the Sotheby's  Institute of Art in London.
                  
                                           














































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