Nice little timelapse video of the Fly Tower installation.
Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey have been covering buildings and monuments in grass for quite some time now. There's a good interview with them here and a great, simple explanation of how they make grass photographs here.
“we work with a living material, and life is compelling.”-Harvey
I really like Harvey and Ackroyds stuff,
I also found, during the course of my meanderings, these grass flipflops: Where The Green Grass Grows (WTGGG) Flip Flops by Seoul-born, London-based artist Hyock Kwon, which are very cute.
I like the playfulness of grass. The greenery that we all have an inbuilt longing for...
the grass is always greener...
It's also a very natural, resiliant thing, that covers at least 25% of the earth's land mass (according to BBC's planet earth series), although human maintained lawns are controlled versions, it's still a living organism.
I also just really love green. It's something I'm just coming to. My favourite colour as a child was blue, but now I think there are a lot of colours that I really like, and grass green is definitely one of them.