The TreeHugger Project: ongoing work of environmental art, from which the thumbnail at the top of this here present post…
Andy Goldsworthy: preview of the digital catalogue: “a sample of entries from the Andy Goldsworthy Digital Catalogue DVD (Volume One: 1976-1986). The Digital Catalogue DVD can be accessed, by appointment, at the University of Glasgow, Crichton Campus, Dumfries. The Digital Catalogue documents, visually and textually, the first ten years of Andy Goldsworthy’s ephemeral, outdoor practice. It replicates Goldsworthy’s Slide Cabinet Index, and includes previously unpublished material from Goldsworthy’s Sketchbook Diaries.”
Treehugger Dan’s Bookstore and Café (and blog), Budapest
Ah yes. Trees. Today’s tree was inspired by yesterday’s post on morons from outer space, space-cadets, and other alien life forms.
Meet dracaena cinnibari. Brought to you courtesy of Dark Roasted Blend: Weird and Wonderful Things—a marvellous blog of marvels–in a post entitled “The Most Alien-Looking Place on Earth.” Our tree lives on Socotra Island. It has not to the best of my knowledge been subjected to interventions by artists, but is an entirely self-created work of environmental art.