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News in Pictures – 7 June 2021

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Simon Lycett puts the finishing touches to a floral display at Eros in Piccadilly as a series of installations dubbed ‘Flower Flashes’ by he and US floral guru Lewis Miller, which also goes on display in Brick Lane Eros and phone boxes in Great Windmill Street, London. Picture date: Monday June 7, 2021. PA Photo. Lewis Miller is famous in New York for his installations which have featured in taxi cabs, trash cans, building sites and hot dog stalls. More than 20,000 fresh blooms from Covent Garden Flower Market were used to create the artworks. The London flower flashes are part of a campaign called ‘We Need More Flowers’ as it is reported online sales of flowers nearly tripled during lockdown. Photo credit should read: Anthony Upton/PA Wire
EDITORIAL USE ONLY Simon Lycett puts the finishing touches to a floral display at Eros in Piccadilly as a series of installations dubbed ‘Flower Flashes’ by he and US floral guru Lewis Miller, which also goes on display in Brick Lane Eros and phone boxes in Great Windmill Street, London. Picture date: Monday June 7, 2021. PA Photo. Lewis Miller is famous in New York for his installations which have featured in taxi cabs, trash cans, building sites and hot dog stalls. More than 20,000 fresh blooms from Covent Garden Flower Market were used to create the artworks. The London flower flashes are part of a campaign called ‘We Need More Flowers’ as it is reported online sales of flowers nearly tripled during lockdown. Photo credit should read: Anthony Upton/PA Wire

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