The image poster of the flower shop which opened in Singapore.
The modern arrangement lets Japanese "IKEBANA" and Western "flower arrangement" fuse. I express the state that a plant appears and disappears like a pattern in typography of HIBANA of the store's name. I do it abstractly not to understand the form of "the flower" immediately daringly.
Because it is a complete flower shop needing reservations, in pursuit of the image that is sense of quality and high society, I connect it with customer acquisition.