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October 22, 2009

Design*Sponge » henrique oliveira

via www.designspongeonline.com

This guy is an insanely inspiring artist. What a cool thing to do with busted, peely, scrappy wood. My fave is the curly worm-hole fort. And the giant reconstituted tree trunk.



Dude, this guy looks like he's looking through a cave. totally fascinating!

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