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This is called moss graffiti, a form of guerrilla gardening. Instead of using toxic spray paints to create the graffiti/art, "moss paint" is used.

Lovely garden

Infront of many of our house we will have a dried tree stem or base which will be lying there for years, and we will try harder to get rid of those.

Bettes de fleurs colorées diy

Décoration de jardin - 11 projets et idées à faire soi-même

Walk the Green Carpet    Public artists Gaëlle Villedary helped the French village of Jaujac celebrate the 10th year of its arts and nature trail programs by cutting a new green path through its city center. Using some 168 rollers of turf grass, spanning 420 meters (or nearly 1,400 feet), the public artists wound 3.5 tons of natural material through the streets of the old town.

French artist Gaelle Villedary installed nearly 1400 foot long grass carpet path through the town of Juajac, France. It is known as Tapis Rouge (Red Carpet)

Art whimsy... i am so doing this with Bricks or Rocks or some such in my landscape!  Maybe at work!

10 Wonderful and Cheap DIY Idea for Your Garden 10

little whimsical surprises around every corner of your garden tOO.just like the WONDROUS chalk drawn adventures of sluggo in his street art.by the AMAZING david zinn! pleeeeeeeease click through for more WILDLY creative and adorable photos!

Wonder Woman Zombie

Some great entries at yet another Star Wars/Classic Art photoshop contest at . *Previously: Star Wars/Classic Art photoshop c.

Paint the tops of tree stumps with glow in the dark paint. Fun to climb on night or day! (via wohnideen.minimalisti.com) Site is in German

Create outdoor stools from tree trunks then paint them with glow paint - instant party lights! Looks like ferngully!

Street art

Spanish Artist Pejac Spreads Poetic Street Art Around European Cities - AntsMagazine.

geknüpfte Armbänder

geknüpfte Armbänder

Beautiful use of natural materials makes this insect hotel/raised garden bed a work of art!