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The Technolicious Arboretum, or: 7 “terrestrial activities of aliens,” Part I
Either the trees have started to fossilize in a week, a technolicious process that usually takes 100 billion years, or the Earth has sprouted stainless steel roots, like an epiphyte in search of minerals, then pumping them all in, core-bound, to replenish an iron-depleted mantle.

The Technolicious Arboretum in Central Park.

Roxy Paine

It's also growing in Aspen, Colorado.

Roxy Paine

They're all over the place. This one has sprouted in Sweden.

Roxy Paine

Extreme Horticulture
Revival Field
Bouffant Topiary
Edouard Fran├žois


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