Artist Peter Cook, grew this living garden chair using tree shaping methods, primarily training a living tree through constricting the direction of branch growth. The chair took about eight years to grow.
Is there a way to grow a plant so it turns into a PS4?
Signal Boost Needed.
The art work above belongs to moosekleenex, and has been stolen by Forvever21. I have an important favor to ask of my followers, please help reblog and get the word out. Theft of an artist or designer’s work goes on all too often and for large corporations like Forever21 to blatantly steal others work sets a more widely recognized example that theft of this kind is acceptable.
And just in case you feel you need it, here is Forever21’s corporate contact info:
(extension #2 will take you to the Design and Buying department)
Or contact them through their website.
Like the last one, I’ll answer this for both sets of asks
A and I, already did.
C: Celebrity crush?
M: What is your sexual orientation?
Now to the other set of asks:
C - A pairing you have never liked and probably never will
Makorra. That ship can burn in hell.
M - Your favorite fanart or fanartist
I don’t really have any favorite artist, but some of the stuff spockandawe does is great. Check it out.
This is my fanart for flutflutflyer’s A Guy Like You, which is an amazing story that I encourage everyone to read! The letters are a bit small, so I have recopied the text below:
Korra: “I wish Mako was more like you, you know?”
Korra: “Kind, and sweet, and funny.”
Bolin: “Someone who’ll bring you flowers and cupcakes.”
Korra: “Listens to my problems. Someone I can depend on. A rock, steady as the earth.”
Bolin: “Korra, I—”
Korra: “I want someone like you, but where can I find him?”
Korra: “It’s like that guy doesn’t exist.”
Korra is such a fuckin’ moron. Seriously, my advice to all men, stay away from dumb asses like this, they’re nothing but a heartache and a headache. Also, they deserve whatever fuckin’ man they get, not the ones they want.
Edit: no offense to the artist.
Beautiful. I didn’t know I was a following an artist. This is brilliant!