Twigs – Alive!

“It is the still ecstasy of nature, wherein every spray, every blade of grass, every spire of reed, every intricacy of twig, is clad with radiance.” – William Sharp

A bunch of twigs and everything is ready for dead nature to come to life: animal and human-like sculptures, abstract hidings, fairy tales of the most spectacular mind creations. The sculptures last as long as it takes for things to fall apart…



Tree Hugger Project – by Agnieszka Gradzik & Viktor Szostalo

The Tree Hugger Project is an ongoing work of Environmental Art designed to help us rediscover our relationship with nature at a very personal and intimate level. Made from twigs, branches, sticks, wines and other natural materials, these playful sculptures remind us that we humans are still very much a part of our natural surroundings.”   Text and pictures source: treehuggerproject.com

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Fairy Tale Architecture

You might think fairy tales are for children. Not always!!! What would you say about a few sweet colours and some warm materials for a fairytale house with a wonderful architecture… almost waiting for a Snow White to come out and greet you with a smile. 🙂

Hansel and Gretel house in the Efteling, a fairy tale themepark in the Netherlands, Copyright © Rex,  Source: Wikimedia Commons

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Covered in Gold

Known as a symbol for power, strength, and perfection, gold is associated with divine principles. Building and crafting material, food ingredient – it’s not only a basic component, but also the balance in all things around us.



Pure gold buildings

The Golden Pavilion – or Kinkakuji is a wonderful place on the grounds of Rokuonji Temple, Kyoto, Japan. A gold treasure within a mesmerizing setting.

More information about it on: Wayfaring Travel Guide

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