For his own wedding, artist and designer Benjamin Shine created two sculptures of his and his bride’s profiles gazing at each other, with both extending to long sculptural ribbons that spiraled in and out of the trees in the forest where the wedding was held. The ribbons, in turn, directed his wedding guests right up to the ceremony’s seating area.
You may have mixed emotions when looking at these stunningly created forests made entirely of cardboard.
Wolfram Kampffmeyer from Germany studies Computer Animation and according to her, ‘if you are sitting in front of the computer all day watching your virtual models, you start wishing to hold them in your hands’. So she put her thoughts to action and began creating a series of ultra lovely animals made of paper.
This incredible 102-year-old floating forest is the result of 40 years of mangrove tree growth in Homebush Bay, Sydney. The SS Aryfield is an abandoned ship used in WWII that was left in the bay to deteriorate after the ship wrecking yard closed down. The massive ship’s rusty hull is now home to lush vegetation, […]
This is the bedroom design kids dream about. Created by Fajno, MyMi brings a forest atmosphere into your house. Two vertical windows allow enough light to enter the room, highlighting every element of the design. The full effect will blow away any kid as they open to the door to see a decorated wall with pictures […]
The Tunnel of Love is a unique and truly amazing piece of forest located in Ukraine. With a railway passing through the thick vegetation, a natural “tunnel” formed in the shape of a train as trees grew freely in the Kleven forest. While the tunnel is very nice to look at, it’s believed that if […]