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Clockwork forest, these cogs could add a magical touch to your woodland wedding
Alice in Wonderland: Tea Party Signs. TIP: A little screwing with this one project ;) a 4×4 piece of wood will be needed as the body for the signs. As the feet to hold of the wood you will need to make a stand by screwing slats of wood to the bottom. Cardboard can be cut into arrows, painted and written on. Also to give it a real look paint the 4×4 wood.
Half the reason these fairytale-looking sculptures are so fascinating is because they have no intention of lasting forever, as artist Spencer Byles cleverly intended. While exploring the forests in the region of Alpes-Maritimes in France, he created several of these whimsical designs with only natural materials and man-made objects, scattering them throughout three different pieces of land. See more of these nature-inspired creations » - HouseBeautiful.com
land art,christo,zander olsen,les pheuillus,verschueren,jonna pohjalainen,sylvain meyer,sébastien preschoux,andy goldsworthy,robert smithson,nils udo,richard long
fantastic nature activity and art project for kids in the Fall / Autumn Lustik — Alain Bernegger Lustik: twitter | pinterest |...
Andy Goldsworthy - 1986 Woven branch circular arch.
land art 2 by ~schlobi on deviantART
land art by Cornelia Konrads - What's on the other side?