Daniel Lapp is a Swiss-Costa Rican artist who began his career as a landscape designer and later as a wood sculptor where he worked with recycled wood from the dry tropical forest of Costa Rica. After several exhibitions between Paris and Switzerland, he diversified and expanded his taste for natural roses from South America. He became obsessed with exploring the potential of the flower and created his own artistic expression.

After moving to Switzerland and learning how to preserve the roses over five years, he managed to crystallize them through various techniques which led him to what is now art with real everlasting roses. A pioneer in this medium, Daniel has forged entirely new collections of contemporary art. Ranging from geometrical shapes to mystical colors, he captures the strong vivid colors of roses into timeless pieces. The evil eye marks his signature piece.

His process remains a secret for now…