Nature is beautiful as it is, but James Brunt is constantly finding new ways to make it look even more appealing. James creates artworks using natural objects he finds around his home in Yorkshire, England, and their intricacy will please both your eyes and your soul.

From rocks and twigs to leaves and even berries, Brunt arranges the materials into spirals, concentric circles, and other detailed patterns. James regularly photographs his work and besides viewing the images on social media, his fans are also welcome to join him as he works. Scroll down to review Brunt's work, and if your eyes are left wanting more, check out these satisfying arrangements of everyday objects by Emily Blincoe.

More info: jamesbruntartist.co.uk | Facebook | Twitter

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Terror from Beyond Space
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2 years ago

Lilliputian Stonehenge.

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Daria B
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2 years ago

Satellite. Earth to Andromeda, do you copy? Earth to Andromeda, do you copy?

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Maamuu
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2 years ago

This so visually pleasant!

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Aahzmandus Pervect
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2 years ago

This one pulsates too!

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Marcia J. Downing
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2 years ago

This is my favorite, all those shells, so beautiful!

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riley.girl
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2 years ago

This is mesmerizing!!

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

Coolest natural mosaic ever! Cant even imagine how long it took to break up and arrange all those little twigs.

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Alysha Jones
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2 years ago

Some squirrel is about to have the best day ever.

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riley.girl
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2 years ago

Amazing!!

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

Another life metaphor... the uniform & drab slowly creeping over and absorbing the colorful & unique.

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William Wenzel
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2 years ago

Great skill and determination.

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therealpixie
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2 years ago

Wow, this one actually looks three dimensional. Amazing.

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Mary Simeon
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2 years ago

Stunning!

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Snježana Babić
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2 years ago

As if it had been there forever.

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

An edible labyrinth for squirrels or ants?

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Denise Baker
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2 years ago

Beautiful

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Deborah Ruth
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2 years ago

More quasi-Andy Goldsworthy -- and that's a compliment! (Goldsworthy is American, I'm pretty sure.)

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GalaxyInAJar
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2 years ago

That's no moon...

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HyperBlender
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2 years ago

beutimus

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Deborah Ruth
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2 years ago

Such patience required to find all those leaves of the same size. Wonderful.

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

Can't even Imagine how much time this took! It's like a woodland version of the swirls in the sky of Van Gogh's Starry Night.

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Deborah Ruth
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2 years ago

Lovely, lovely, lovely!

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Karen Johnson
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2 years ago

Peaceful!

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woodbehr
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2 years ago

Love the illusion that it gives as being three dimensional, as a raised sphere

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

A Mermaid's front gate.

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Deborah Ruth
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2 years ago

Yes, yes, yes! I'd love to find this on a beach in Northern California. Or even better, in my back yard!

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

Wow--a parquet forest floor!

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Gina
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2 years ago

Isn't this tree damaged now?

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Magpie
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2 years ago

Wow!

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Terrie Terhark
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2 years ago

Wow....just wow

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seanemone
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2 years ago

love the colors

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seanemone
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2 years ago

I like how the artist plays with perspective, but does he? Is that a flat surface made to look like a mound?

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Shruti Naik
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2 years ago

I wonder what the story is behind this letter.

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

How ants get from one branch to the other.

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Deborah Ruth
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2 years ago

Another pizza -- this one with cheese! (No disrespect intended!)

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

<3 <3

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Linda Newhouse
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2 years ago

If I were on this path I would have to walk around that. No way would I want to disturb it.

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Eyad Babikir
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2 years ago

Wow, a thumb print!

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Rebecca Gichuki
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2 years ago

The 3D effect is pretty trippy! #iheartit

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Marilyn Holt
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2 years ago

How does that work?? It requires such an eye for perspective.

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

Again, I'm absolutely amazed at the time & artistry it took to put these wooden pieces together.

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Elsie Collins
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2 years ago

This will confuse the hell out of the aliens who are making those crop circles!!

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Carolyn Stewart
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2 years ago

Looks like a plush rug on the forest floor. I almost feel compelled and want to go sit on it, although i never could or would! Awesome!

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Viktoria Zellner
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2 years ago

this is wonderful!

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Jonno Wade
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2 years ago

I feel the urge to get up and go for a hike and create some of these...

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

SOOO cool!

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Chris Gifford
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2 years ago

Squirrel trap

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Malomo Victor
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2 years ago

Looks like an optical illusion

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

Gears! Always wondered how forests work...

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

lOVE the illusions!

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Deborah Ruth
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2 years ago

This one resembles shimmering jewels.

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

Almost yin-yang! <3

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Maria Lorna Cusi
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2 years ago

A pollen sèn through a microscope....

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Magpie
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2 years ago

Just me ? Can see a little owl face in there ? or maybe two?

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

<3

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Chris Gifford
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2 years ago

really pretty

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scorpesh
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2 years ago

This looks like an aerial view....

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

I HAVE to find the patience to do this <3

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Gina
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2 years ago

Leaves holding hands and dancing.

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

Another finger-print <3

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Linda Newhouse
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2 years ago

I wonder how big that tree will get. I see energy being drawn into it.

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Gina
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2 years ago

the wind will solve the puzzle.

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

<3

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Snježana Babić
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2 years ago

Looks fragile!

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Sarah Mould
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2 years ago

Makes me think of an ammonite

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Jeannie Carle
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2 years ago

<3

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Lyone Fein
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2 years ago

yantra

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Tamara Laney
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2 years ago

Looks like a cone. Cool 3-D effect!

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