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For the International Garden Festival at Jardins de Métis/Reford Gardens, Jane Hutton and Adrian Blackwell designed this great public installation called Dymaxion Sleep. It’s a giant hammock suspended over a garden.

Gregory Euclide (featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 14) creates poetry from throw-away materials. Dyed hair, plastic bags, sage, foam and fishing line dance and swirl together with unusual harmony — desp…

Gregory Euclide (featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. creates poetry from throw-away materials. Dyed hair, plastic bags, sage, foam and fishing line dance and swirl together with unusual harmony — desp…

Brooklyn-based artist duo Icy & Sot were recently in Tbilisi, Georgia where they installed this temporary piece titled "Nature's Reflection" as part of Art-Villa Garikula. You can follow more of their recent work on Instagram, and also check out their recent book Let Her be Free.

Brooklyn-based artist duo Icy & Sot were recently in Tbilisi, Georgia where they installed this temporary piece titled "Nature's Reflection" as part of Art-Villa Garikula.

Cornelia Konrads, Pile of Wishes (2004), Nature Art Biennale Gongju (Korea)

Cornelia Konrads is the artist behind these magnificent gravity defying land art installations. She creates sculptures that blend in with nature and revolv

Finger print maze at Hove Park

This labyrinth, called the "Fingermaze", is created of York stone and turf and resembles a human fingerprint. It's located at Hove Park in B.

Nature Artist Andy Goldsworthy Ephemeral Works | Architectural Digest

What appears to be an unearthly glow at the base of a sycamore tree is actually the careful placement of leaves around its roots. This 2013 installation was for the Berrydown Foundation in Hampshire, England.