This photo demonstrates how our world is being destroyed. Our generation oblivious to the impact that they pollute the earth. The government in America is so concerned with the growth of the economy no one takes charge to change our ecological footprint on the world. Additionally, technological advances are always thinking with the idea of "bigger, better." Which as a result does not slow down our ecological footprint.

Stop Polluters From Putting Their Money Where Your Mouth Is

This photo demonstrates how pollution is impacting and destroying the earth. It shows that we as humans are oblivious to this and aren't trying to take action against reducing our ecological footprint.

Andy Goldsworthy style

I think this would work really well in Autumn, when children wouldn't need to pick as much growing stuff. I think the outlines could be re-used as well.

The Environmental Art of Fesson Ludovic

In Back to Nature, artist Fesson Ludovic produces incredible sculptures that have the appearance of simplicity, but are actually quite complex.

We were so honored to have environmental artist Liina Klauss install her wast #mandala chinese landscape 垃圾山水 for #KODHK

environmental artist Liina Klauss installed her waste mandala chinese landscape 垃圾山水 for

Swiss environmental artist Sylvain Meyer made patterns around trees with pine needles

Sylvan Meyer creates interesting works in the Swiss forest. Here he designed patterns using pine needles and wood chips, creating a spooky Tim Burton vibe, which is also sometimes found in the work of Patrick Dougherty.

Artist Lee Borthwick installs mirrors in nature to offer a sense of peace and self-reflection.

/ those who know my peeves know how I hate mirrors in decorating and now this! taking mirrors outside to decorate is a horror -Artist Lee Borthwick installs mirrors in nature to offer a sense of peace and self-reflection.

The Singing Ringing Tree at Burnley. The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire, England.  Completed in 2006, it is part of the series of four sculptures within the Panopticons arts and regeneration project created by the East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN).

The Singing Ringing Tree at Burnley. The Singing Ringing Tree is a wind powered sound sculpture resembling a tree set in the landscape of the Pennine mountain range overlooking Burnley, in Lancashire, England. Completed in it is part of the series

Lorenzo Duran's leaf art helps raise environmental awareness for issues like CO2 emissions & deforestation in Brazil

Cut Leaf Illustrations for ‘Plant for the Planet’. A wonderfully executed ad campaign by Legas Delaney for Plant for the Planet, using cut leaves symbolizing their ability to absorb

tree hugger project - sculpture by Wiktor Szostalo and Agnieszka Gradzik

Treehuggers

may as well have a tree hugger or two in your garden! and art pieces that are literally tree huggers.twigs, vines, sticks and branches woven together and entwined to create wicker people that wrap their arms around tree trunks

Hannah Streefkerk's installation at Land Art Biënnale 2010 - Valkenswaard, Netherlands

Red stitches Hannah Streefkerk's installation at Land Art Biënnale 2010 - Valkenswaard, Netherlands

Trees, wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon… hence the title of this beautiful work by Zander Olsen, Tree Line. - Interesting.

Trees, wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon… hence the title of this beautiful work by Zander Olsen, Tree Line. We used to limewash apple trees.now its art.

Goldsworthy's art takes hours to make, and is made to be temporary, photographed just as it is done. It is in part instillation, in part performance in very real senses - being more than singular photographs but encompassing all which go into them, the doing of them, what befalls them.

Again, this sculpture is half reflection. By Andy Goldsworthy: Environmental Sculpture and Art

Environmental Art love this stacked sculpture! A favorite to-do when hiking

Land art by Richard Shilling

life is so fun.anywhere you are, just be creative and enjoy life. Love thse stacked stones for my garden.

CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/christo-and-jeanne-claude/ #ChristoandJeanneClaude #environmentalart #installations

CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/christo-and-jeanne-claude/ #ChristoandJeanneClaude #environmentalart #installations

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