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Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

earth n site artist to decorate sidewalks, bricks, trees, etc .Zander Olsen 'Tree Line'. Trees wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon.

Ash Dome: A Secret Tree Artwork in Wales Planted by David Nash in 1977

David Nash, Ash Dome, planted 1977 In sculptor David Nash cleared an area of land near his home in Wales where he trained a circle of 22 ash trees to grow in a vortex-like shape for an artwork.

trees vs chairs - Imgur

trees vs chairs

Translation "Poland these chair are here since 1939 took place at the wedding here, interrupted by the outbreak of war. Every year, people paint the red chairs - in memory of those events". What an amazing monument.

Lego to fill the cracks, making art out of something that you wouldn't really expect.

LEGOs on the Loose: Don't Walk the Streets Barefoot!

Dispatchwork: a movement initiated by 27 year-old German artist Jan Vormann, who started patching old walls with Lego bricks

Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland has created this art installation at the David Marshall Lodge in Scotland titled Vestige. Mulholland’s idea behind the installation seems twofold: to create a vestige of the people who once occupied the land until following World War I, when they were re-located while forests were planted to generate timber and  to make people reflect upon man’s impact on the nature.

GHOSTS- make out of tinted glass, mirror or plastic as in- Scottish sculptor Rob Mulholland has created a ghostly art installation in the woodland walk at the David Marshall Lodge in Scotland titled Vestige.

La spirale du Sahara - Desert Breath by architects Alexandra Stratou and Stella Constantinides, and artist Danae Stratou in the Egyptian sands

La spirale du Sahara

Desert Breath: A Monumental Land Art Installation in the Sahara Desert, still visible 17 years later.

I love this. I love this. I love this. Imagine coming across something like this on your walk through the wood. Delightful!!

Sweater tree, from 'living with limits: a collection with nature' by David Govedore and Rachel Dolezal, photographed by Shawn Gust.