ACID.FLWRS is a fine art floral studio based in Sydney, Australia, creating flowers from your wildest dreams.


Developed in 2020 through a cross-disciplinary creative experiment fusing floral modification and graffiti art, ACID.FLWRS launched in 2021 with the original Acid Phalaenopsis. Fresh cut flowers are transformed with hypercoloured patterns, bringing a fresh perspective to classical forms through a process based on a historical printmaking technique. Each AF stem is individually coloured with a bit of science and a bit of magic, becoming a piece of ephemeral art.


Beyond social-media-frendly flowers, ACID.FLWRS inspires viewers to challenge expectation and see the world through a different lens, rippling between classical and futuristic, natural and chemical, real and surreal. At a time where our reality is evolving rapidly, AF encourages the ability to shift perspectives, react to the unexpected and see a brighter future.


AF exists to shift perspectives, spark innovation and make it brighter.


With a unique aesthetic, ACID.FLWRS engages in projects including installations, brand collaborations, events, custom florals and product development. Have something fun in mind? Get in touch to discuss.



Collaboration & exhibition with the AGWA Design Store // Perth

Feature florist at the David Jones Spring Flower Show 2023 // Sydney

AF x Napoleon Perdis Cosmetics - ltd edn holiday makeup collection 

AF x Casetify - phone and tech case collection

AF x Vans - FutureMarble installation

AF x Dowel Jones - ltd edn Fantasy Foldy collection

AF x Aria Restaurant - Vivid Sydney dining experience

AF x Mia Forrest - collaborative NFT collection via Culture Vault

AF x Alpha60 - Monochrome exhibition // Sydney

AF x Ta-ku - Songs to Experience exhibition // Perth

AF x Fazeek - pop up exhibition at Rainbow Studios // Sydney

Exhibitor at The Other Art Fair // Sydney




ACID.FLWRS sparked from a creative studio experiment between a stylist (CM) and a graffiti artist (RJ), and has evolved into a standalone brand run by Claire Mueller. Developed in 2020 // Launched in 2021