Attila Bosnyák

Attila Bosnyák

Attila Bosnyák
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A stone moongate.  It looks like this was made the old-fashioned way by carefully fitting the stones together, using clever engineering rather than mortar to reinforce the structure.

A stone moongate. It looks like this was made the old-fashioned way by carefully fitting the stones together, using clever engineering rather than mortar to reinforce the structure.

Andy Goldsworthy. What fabulous gateway this would make, to walk through and enter into a 'magical' forest just waiting to be explored.

Andy Goldsworthy. What fabulous gateway this would make, to walk through and enter into a 'magical' forest just waiting to be explored.

More Andy Goldsworthy. See even more:  http://www.ucblueash.edu/artcomm/web/w2005_2006/maria_Goldsworthy/TEST/

More Andy Goldsworthy. See even more: http://www.ucblueash.edu/artcomm/web/w2005_2006/maria_Goldsworthy/TEST/

Mirosław Maszlanko

Mirosław Maszlanko

"Sahara," living art installment by sculptor and environmental artist Will Becker. Willow branches planted and woven into standing tunnels connected to the forest trees. Lommel, Belgium.

"Sahara," living art installment by sculptor and environmental artist Will Becker. Willow branches planted and woven into standing tunnels connected to the forest trees. Lommel, Belgium.

Michael McGillis channeled his inner Log Lady and created a wooden walkway at the Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, Minnesota. The structure was made from a 95-foot long path of trees painted purple. It’s subtle enough to be a believable quirk of nature.

Michael McGillis channeled his inner Log Lady and created a wooden walkway at the Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, Minnesota. The structure was made from a 95-foot long path of trees painted purple. It’s subtle enough to be a believable quirk of nature.

Chaumont sur Loire Centre d'arts et de nature "Passage" de Cornélia Konrads dans le parc historique Image d'Eric Sander

Chaumont sur Loire Centre d'arts et de nature "Passage" de Cornélia Konrads dans le parc historique Image d'Eric Sander

Forest Sculptor Spencer Byles

Forest Sculptor Spencer Byles

one of my favorite street art installations...

one of my favorite street art installations...

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:

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: