“Pollinator Frocks” Are Wearable Gardens That Attract Hungry Bees

by , 01/23/11

  Karen Ingham, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, artificial pollination, how to pollinate plants, bee pollination, bee keeping garments, bee keeping clothers, pollinator frocks, pollinator clothes, natural pollinators, man made pollinators

The dwindling population of bees is no secret, and this mysterious phenomenon holds a considerable threat to our global food system. In order to aid in the pollination of plants all over the world, artist and insect-lover Karen Ingham has created an incredible collection of dresses that feature electron-microscopy images of pollen. Dubbed “Pollinator Frocks”, any curious insect that lands on one these dresses are treated with a nectar-like solution able to nourish and in turn help promote repopulation.


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