Giant Photos on Grass by Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey
For two decades Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey, artists living in England, have been perfecting an interesting art form. They use a specific kind of grass to create portraits. Yes, that’s right, grass. By manipulating the light that hits the grass on a wall, through an old projector, they are able to get a range of light to dark which results in surprisingly detailed images. The process works just like a darkroom, with the area where they grow the grass requiring complete darkness. The walls are vertical so that the grass will grow upward showing each entire blade.
source. Phlearn & Toosto
Land Art by Cornelia Konrads
Cornelia Konrads (b. 1957) – Modern German painter, sculptor and designer, Works in the genre of land-art. Often uses the illusion of weightlessness.
source. Odd Stuff Magazine