English artist Stuart Frost breathes new life into dead trees by transforming raw organic materials into something new and captivating. Frost developed a technique of pyrography in which intricate patterns are defined by scorching the surfaces of dead trees. These eleborate patterns are loosely based on 19th century wallpaper motifs. Frost received his M.A. in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art in London, environmental artist interested in the ephemeral characteristics of natural objects.