Jamie North creates magnificent sculptures made out of cement, stone, marble, plants and moss. Evoking the feeling of remaining monuments of a long forgotten civilization.

These would be amazing in a retail display as well as stunning art. Terraforms 2014 by Jamie North

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Elizabeth Leriche - Wet, thick textures of the moss are brought to life and almost tactile by the use of thick print material. Interesting to note the use of the floor space, engages the viewer even more with the place as makes them feel within it.

dana barnes endolith casts collective design new york design weekdana barnes references lichen life for endolith casts seating series

dana barnes references lichen life for endolith casts seating series

KIEFER Anselm - die himmelspate - 2002

10 Easy Pieces: Noguchi Style Sculpture and Rocks

Art installation.

Courtesy of Nature: Temporary Gallery Space Frames Nature as Art Courtesy of Nature by Anouk Vogel and Johan Selbing – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Robert Cannon Terra form Concrete Sculptures

Modern Masters: Robert Cannon's Terraform Concrete Garden Sculpture

I want a house filled with nooks like these -- the perfect blend of playful and artistic.

Amazing landscape carpets transform your living room into a lush, grassy meadow Alexandra Kehayoglou Pasturelands Carpet – Inhabitat - Green Design,…

Column Codex I 2014 cement, marble waste, limestone, steel slag, coal ash, plastic fibre, tree fern slab, various Australian native plants and Spanish moss 165.0 x 26.0 x 26.0 cm

Jamie North is a Sydney based artist, recent work has involved the casting of brutal concrete sculptural forms in which a variety of native plants are.

Olafur Eliasson decontextualisation d'éléments tel que la lave, la glace l'eau préléver en islande

ROOM ON FIRE. For his first solo exhibition at Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson filled an entire wing with a landscape of stones to emulate a riverbed.

The Horse (noir) at the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Montréal, from Xavier Veilhan, Paris artist based

The Horse (noir) at the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Montréal, from Xavier Veilhan, Paris artist based

Michel François's “Walk Through a Line of Neon Lights”

So beautiful, I want to touch it or walk on it! “ Michel François - Walk Through a Line of Neon Lights ”

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