Tuesday, January 29, 2013


It’s a bit like visual proof reading. How many people immediately notice that all the trees have been removed from Seurat’s famous painting Sunday afternoon on the Island of Grande Jatte? Conservationist Iain Woodhouse was responsible for this and a couple of other vegetative subtractions as part of a serious don't-muck-about-with-nature statement. You can see more of his art landscape modifications here.