Wednesday, November 20, 2013

What A Man Did With This Tree Trunk Will Blow Your Mind. Whatever You’re Thinking…It’s Better.

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One tree, four years of work and an indescribable amount of talent: that’s what it took to create this incredible masterpiece. A famous Chinese wood carver chopped down a single tree and tirelessly worked on it for over four years to make this piece. Your jaw will hit the floor when you see what he created.

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17 comments:

  1. OK, I admit it is absolutely gorgeous but what it started out as was a LIVING TREE, not a tree trunk.

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    1. Do you have wooden furniture? Any parts of your house made of wood? If so then you're as convincing as a vegan in leather boots.

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    2. its still the trunk of the tree living or dead doesnt change the area of the tree being focused on.

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    3. Trees are renewable. Take a chill pill.

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  2. Damn hippies! If I were a tree I would feel FORTUNATE to live a long time and then get turned into a magnificent huge detailed art piece. A lot of trees live a life, fall over, and rot. This one got a unique tale to tell.

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    1. Yeah. I think it's awesome! If people are against using resources as such, then, I don't think they should be using a lot of the things they ARE using right now.

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    2. the trunk has a tale to tell?...to whom exactly would it be telling?

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    3. Man, go plastify yourself. Look what a beutiful piece of art you will become... http://www.thenews.pl/1/9/Artykul/129697,-Controversial-Human-Body-exhibition-opens-in-Krakow

      A lot of people live a life, fall over, and rot. You will get a unique tale to tell.

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  3. Funny that Janet doesn't understand the difference between a "stump" and a tree trunk.

    A tree trunk is just that, the trunk... dead or alive. Good job on correcting the article on something that it was completely correct about in the first place. You win the internet.

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  4. Such a shame to loose focus guys ... its an absolutely stunning piece. Eventually it will rot into the ground as everything does. Lets focus on the present, and what a beautifully craved present it is :)

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  5. It looked like a perfectly healthy tree to me. I think it is a disgrace .... This is God's creation.

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  6. Seriously….. you are freaking kidding me right? You denigrate this beautiful work because it was a living tree? How about the veggies you ate for dinner? Are they no less a “living” thing? Where do we stop with your incredibly illogical argument? Don’t you understand that the backlash to your outlandish statement is to make ANY point you make meaningless. Oh well, this is the internet after all and I need to go clean my rifle so I can shoot Bambi in the morning.

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    1. No work of art can be worth the destruction of such a fine healthy tree. And yes I am a hippy and I do use wood for my essential needs. If you do shoot Bambi make sure you eat it and use the skin respectfully. Love and peas

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  7. It is beautiful. Imagine the dedication required to complete a work like that over such a long time! mind boggling! And sarge, your comment almost made me piss myself laughing!!

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  8. Holy shit, that is a huge fucking tree... Expecially of it is 2.286 meters long... Must have taken the carver decades to carve out 2 frikkin' km of this. Must be a huge museum, too.

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