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I Create Land Art That Slowly Dissolves Back Into Nature
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I Create Land Art That Slowly Dissolves Back Into Nature

I use natural materials to create different kind of land art installations. Every piece of my art slowly dissolves back into nature and disappears.

For me it is great joy to work with the landscape and learn natural laws like: “nothing lasts forever”, “action – reaction” and “gravity rules”.

Enjoy the images!

More info: mihabrinovec.wix.com

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Tommo888
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7 years ago

a lot like andy goldsworthy

DebbieAshmon
Community Member
7 years ago

LOVE this!! Your art is beautiful & inspiring :)

yinyang76
Community Member
7 years ago

Brilliant

ZacharyDowney
Community Member
7 years ago

Most of these look like direct copies of Andy Goldsworthy's work. Why not mention the inspiration?

TomMiller
Community Member
7 years ago

NAture design... Cool! I like it. http://bit.ly/1wnWoo7

RobertNorman
Community Member
7 years ago

It's really hard to do this kind of thing and not be in the shadow of the great Andy Goldsworthy. Nice none the less.

Stimpy
Community Member
7 years ago

You don't really 'create' art. You just copy everything Andy Goldsworthy created

SonjaBunes
Community Member
7 years ago

I LOVE!

ChrisMorlock
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful. Great designs.

Nevenka
Community Member
7 years ago

I love these images and the others on your site. I'd like to see more art pieces designed to allow nature to take over!

LottiH
Community Member
6 years ago

Really beautiful!!! I love it

ThaísMesquita
Community Member
6 years ago

Bad thing copy other artist's work and don't mention it.

PaigeSmith
Community Member
7 years ago

These photos are gorgeous. I love imagery and art. Also it helps nourish the soil. http://www.mossrock.com.au/mulch-range

KellyGreer
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful!

Silence
Community Member
7 years ago

Whether you're aware of Andy Goldsworthy or not (and he is World Famous), it's very similar. I'm sure you have your own voice somewhere...

Stimpy
Community Member
7 years ago

You don't really 'create' anything. You just copy (identically) everything Andy Goldsworthy already did.

AmandaAnonda
Community Member
7 years ago

Awesome! Though I can imagine some poor confused soul wandering across these and thinking they were made by faeries, lol!

Hpster_Panda
Community Member
7 years ago

Number three looks like Gallifreyan writing!!!

cyndimc9
Community Member
7 years ago

so cool!

NandaWitkamp
Community Member
7 years ago

Its beautiful and I love it!!!

guess
Community Member
7 years ago

Just imagining how long these must have taken, to know that they'll go away like that must take a lot of inner peace. Happy for you :D

AnnaMcHugh
Community Member
7 years ago

So fleeting - makes you realise that you must look closely and carefully in the now, because some art doesn't include the luxury of time.

RJazz909
Community Member
7 years ago

So beautiful...keep on making these!!

JeffPorter
Community Member
7 years ago

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Goldsworthy

MaschaClaessens
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful :) The first one, will last very long (if it stays intact). One log can take up to (at least) 30 years to totally degrade :)

chachkimooch
Community Member
7 years ago

Really, really cool!

EdithTschiemer
Community Member
7 years ago

Like this & my friend will love it realy !

AlonBaker
Community Member
7 years ago

taken from Val di sella In Italy a park with works made by artists using natural materials. please visit http://www.artesella.it/

KaiFreeman
Community Member
7 years ago

Chopping trees? What form of art is that

Tommo888
Community Member
7 years ago

a lot like andy goldsworthy

DebbieAshmon
Community Member
7 years ago

LOVE this!! Your art is beautiful & inspiring :)

yinyang76
Community Member
7 years ago

Brilliant

ZacharyDowney
Community Member
7 years ago

Most of these look like direct copies of Andy Goldsworthy's work. Why not mention the inspiration?

TomMiller
Community Member
7 years ago

NAture design... Cool! I like it. http://bit.ly/1wnWoo7

RobertNorman
Community Member
7 years ago

It's really hard to do this kind of thing and not be in the shadow of the great Andy Goldsworthy. Nice none the less.

Stimpy
Community Member
7 years ago

You don't really 'create' art. You just copy everything Andy Goldsworthy created

SonjaBunes
Community Member
7 years ago

I LOVE!

ChrisMorlock
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful. Great designs.

Nevenka
Community Member
7 years ago

I love these images and the others on your site. I'd like to see more art pieces designed to allow nature to take over!

LottiH
Community Member
6 years ago

Really beautiful!!! I love it

ThaísMesquita
Community Member
6 years ago

Bad thing copy other artist's work and don't mention it.

PaigeSmith
Community Member
7 years ago

These photos are gorgeous. I love imagery and art. Also it helps nourish the soil. http://www.mossrock.com.au/mulch-range

KellyGreer
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful!

Silence
Community Member
7 years ago

Whether you're aware of Andy Goldsworthy or not (and he is World Famous), it's very similar. I'm sure you have your own voice somewhere...

Stimpy
Community Member
7 years ago

You don't really 'create' anything. You just copy (identically) everything Andy Goldsworthy already did.

AmandaAnonda
Community Member
7 years ago

Awesome! Though I can imagine some poor confused soul wandering across these and thinking they were made by faeries, lol!

Hpster_Panda
Community Member
7 years ago

Number three looks like Gallifreyan writing!!!

cyndimc9
Community Member
7 years ago

so cool!

NandaWitkamp
Community Member
7 years ago

Its beautiful and I love it!!!

guess
Community Member
7 years ago

Just imagining how long these must have taken, to know that they'll go away like that must take a lot of inner peace. Happy for you :D

AnnaMcHugh
Community Member
7 years ago

So fleeting - makes you realise that you must look closely and carefully in the now, because some art doesn't include the luxury of time.

RJazz909
Community Member
7 years ago

So beautiful...keep on making these!!

JeffPorter
Community Member
7 years ago

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Goldsworthy

MaschaClaessens
Community Member
7 years ago

Beautiful :) The first one, will last very long (if it stays intact). One log can take up to (at least) 30 years to totally degrade :)

chachkimooch
Community Member
7 years ago

Really, really cool!

EdithTschiemer
Community Member
7 years ago

Like this & my friend will love it realy !

AlonBaker
Community Member
7 years ago

taken from Val di sella In Italy a park with works made by artists using natural materials. please visit http://www.artesella.it/

KaiFreeman
Community Member
7 years ago

Chopping trees? What form of art is that

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