Porcelain Eyes Turn Tree Stumps into Forest Sentinels

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Porcelain Eyes Turn Tree Stumps into Forest Sentinels




Artist duo Dear Human noticed that the the cavities left in old Douglas fir stumps, which were made long ago by the lumberjacks who cut them down, resembled eye sockets. So they just went ahead and made some porcelain eyes to embed in those cavities, turing the ancient stumps into whimsical “sentinels of the forest.”

[via Junk Culture]

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