Artist John Grade comes up with his latest structure out of a huge 85-foot tree cast which he calls as the Middle Fork. The clip shows the intricate recording of its every curve and cavity. In about a year, the art piece was finished with the help of volunteers and all pieced together with old growth cedar blocks. Each was wrapped around its form and put together with the use of a waterproof glue and eventually sanded before the interior plaster casts were all taken out. Its final result shows a hollow armature that resembles the actual shape of its original tree. Check it out and be amazed. It will be up on exhibit at Madart in Seattle up until April 25, 2015.
Source: Design Boom