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British artist Stuart Frost breathes new life into dead trees by transforming raw organic materials using a process he developed of pyrography. Intricate patterns, loosely based on 19th century wallpaper motifs, are defined by scorching the surfaces of dead trees

British artist Stuart Frost breathes new life into dead trees by transforming raw organic materials using a process he developed of pyrography. Intricate patterns, loosely based on 19th century wallpaper motifs, are defined by scorching the surfaces of dead trees

may as well have a tree hugger or two in your garden!!!!! hehehe.... :-)  the *tree hugger project*.....wiktor szostalo and agnieszka gradzik create art pieces that are literally tree huggers.....twigs, vines, sticks and branches woven together and entwined to create wicker people that wrap their arms around tree trunks........ :-)

may as well have a tree hugger or two in your garden!!!!! hehehe.... :-) the *tree hugger project*.....wiktor szostalo and agnieszka gradzik create art pieces that are literally tree huggers.....twigs, vines, sticks and branches woven together and entwined to create wicker people that wrap their arms around tree trunks........ :-)

The Dragon Tree (Photo Credit: Ireland's Druidschool) < I'd love a tree like this in my backyard

The Dragon Tree (Photo Credit: Ireland's Druidschool) < I'd love a tree like this in my backyard

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