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stoneware and moss "Bucephalus" horse sculpture

"Bucephalus" by Robert Cannon, Terraform Sculpture {Cannon Sculpture}

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Swans made from old tires. (Other ideas on this link for using old tires) My grandpa had a tire swing cut in the same manner without the swan neck and head, it was the best swing ever!

Incredible Moss Gardens

A moss chair. ooo imagine a tea party outside with many many moss chairs. and moss tables! and moss tea cup plates.

Flores e folhas que se adaptam

Eight DIY garden projects using mannequins -

A wrought iron dress forms gets transformed into a garden paradise. We sell wrought iron dress forms at Mannequin Madness so you can re-create this idea

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Robert Cannon, a Yale graduate and an amazing artist, offers some amazing moss and concrete sculptures that are alive enough to be a part of your garden or terrace. The artist loves to call his works Terraform Sculpture: a green art that grows in.

No instructions, but  just looking at the photo you can figure it out.

gotta try. What a great idea to set pots in concrete. Hanging off a post with house number on it would look awesome!

Preserved Plants: Mood Moss, Sheet Moss, Wood Disks, artificial Donkey Tail Succulents. Frame: Wood with a dark walnut satin-finish. Origin: Hawaii, "Made in Hawaii"SpecificationsSold By Designs Reimagined, LLC Width 24" Depth 3" Height 24" Weight 17 lb. Materials 100% natural selected preserved moss arrangement, wood frameDesigner Designs Reimagined, LLC

maybe use this as a table where your can place things on the wood slabs

Stone Head Garden Planters

10 Unique Idea for Miniature Gardens

Robert Cannon’s living sculptures are full of life and movement thanks to the pieces of living moss he strategically places on the forms. The moss grows and changes while the stone stays as rigid and unmoving as always. The difference between the two materials is striking and lovely.

Anything But Stony: Lovely Living Moss Sculptures

Robert Cannon’s living sculptures are full of life and movement thanks to the pieces of living moss he strategically places on the forms. The moss grows and changes while the stone stays as rigid and unmoving as always. The difference between the two mate

Love the ideas on this website for hypertufa garden art! I'd love to place these in the woods.

say it with Cement: Hypertufa, Art and objects for the Garden - this isn't just an ordinary mushroom.

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