Tiny Treehouses are Officially Now a Thing
By now I’m sure you’ve met a treehouse fanatic or two, am I right? Well this guy it taking things a step further. The true talent that made these tremendously tiny treehouses in house plants has emerged: LA-based, Jedediah Corwyn Voltz has shown some amazing skill by utilizing potted plants to demonstrate the treehouse structures in a variety of different forms. Take a look through this gallery of photos, and tell us what you think on our facebook page!
Though they may not seem like talkers, plants do occupy a world of their own — and often, we’re only aware of it after we make efforts to pay attention more closely. Artists have highlighted this mysterious, vibrant plant realm in surprising ways, and Los Angeles-based artist Jedediah Corwyn Voltz is no exception, constructing these tiny treehouses hidden in houseplants to draw attention to this invisible dimension. They are quaintly detailed — furnished with chairs, tables, even tiny houseplants — giving the sense that there are little people living there, having just stepped out of the house. Using scrap pieces of wood, silken textile scraps, and diminutive, painted pieces of furniture and art that looks like it’s dollhouse-ready, he intertwines these fanciful structures in ordinary plants.
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