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Stone - Jon Foreman

Pembrokeshire based Land artist Jon Foreman creates works in mostly natural material. His work is nearly always short lived as the elements, sea, wind, and sometimes sun make them disappear. Here his work is displayed and available to be purchased.

Snoopy ® Peanuts Shirt

Round Neck Long Sleeve Shirt. Snoopy ® Peanuts Print.

The Inner Circle

Moon Portal at Rio Ferreira Parque Paleozoico de Valongo

Symbiosis

#wicker #horse at #NT #Knightshayes #Tiverton #Nofilter by @matthewblack1974 was liked by the outdoor wicker furniture experts!

#wicker #horse at #NT #Knightshayes #Tiverton #Nofilter by @matthewblack1974 was liked by the outdoor wicker furniture experts! via blog.wickerparadise.com/post/43417840907/wicker-horse-at-...

Stone - Jon Foreman

Pembrokeshire based Land artist Jon Foreman creates works in mostly natural material. His work is nearly always short lived as the elements, sea, wind, and sometimes sun make them disappear. Here his work is displayed and available to be purchased.

Blue Trees

As Konstantin Dimopoulos says, trees are the lungs of the planet. But as they are largely invisible in our daily lives, this Australian a...

Knitting the Commons: Parrots

(Update: parrots removed January 2018, octoupses removed July 2018.) Knitting the Commons is a temporary art project that aims to ‘knit’ together over 80 trees throughout the Civic Center Commons (the Commons) in San Francisco, California. The Commons is the new name for the three blocks between San Francisco City Hall and Market Street, including…

Art in nature

Flickriver: Searching for photos matching 'advent spiral'

Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...

51 of the Best Yarn Bombs EVER!

Need cheering up this dull January day? Take a look at our round-up of 51 of the most creative, colourful, sometimes awe-inspiring and always fun yarn bombs ever!

Leaf Magazine, Issue 5, Spring 2013

Spring inspiration and ideas for design outside.

I decided to use one pattern only this time around.

I used up the entire tablecloth... it was lovely to work with. It had lots of give and I was able to pull all and push as much as needed.