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Eco Graffiti

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Eco friendly street art is all the rage. There’s something about bringing green messages to urban areas that makes us rethink our connection to nature. Above, artist Jesse Graves spreads social and environmental messages with the help of mud and stencils.

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Written by Anna Brones

October 22, 2009 at 08:36

Environmental Art: Alistair Heseltine

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Came across the work of Alistair Heseltine the other day at work. Based in British Columbia the sculptor works with natural elements to create his interesting, and at times magical, works of art.

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Using nature as art is nothing new, but what I really like about his sculptures and designs are the distinct lines created from natural sources, like the tree above. He makes formations that teeter on the ledge between natural and man-made, making us think both about the art and the elements used to create it.

You can see more of Alistair’s work at his website.