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Simplicity is the highest level of complexity; complexity is the highest level of simplicity. 



Roughly 2.3 million named species of animals, plants, fungi, and microbes depend on a single tree! About 80% of all terrestrial animals live in forests. Trees help regulate the environment, provide shelter, provide food, protect from erosion, and so much more.

Problem:  Desertification, Wildfires, Deforestation, Climate Change, Expanding Agriculture, Increased greenhouse gas emissions, Disruption of Water Cycles, Increased Soil Erosion, Disrupted Livelihoods. Over the next 15 years, forest landscapes equaling an area more than twice the size of Texas could be lost touch with rampant deforestation, according to a WWF report. If nothing is done, 11 of the world's most ecologically important forest landscapes—including forest homes or orangutans, tigers, and elephants—will account for over 80 percent of forest loss globally by 2030, the report states. Up to 420 million acres of forest could be lost between 2010 and 2030 in these "Deforestation Fronts" if current trends continue.



Inspired by the tree of life as a fundamental archetype in many of the world's mythological, religious, and philosophical traditions.



One Single Dead Tree is the Funeral of 2.3 million species! Stop the Orange Forest! Stop Orange from becoming the New Green.


W: 70 x H: 100 cm.

Orange Forest
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