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Old Tree Trunk Was Transformed Into The Largest And Longest Work Of Art.

Old Tree Trunk Was Transformed Into The Largest And Longest Work Of Art.

Unsurprisingly, a lot of people love trees. They are the lungs of the planet. Not only are trees wonderfully varied, they also provide us with vital commodities such as food, timber, fuel, and medicines. As forests in their natural state, they supply us with regulating and supporting 'services' such as soil formation, water catchment, erosion control and climate regulation. They are beautiful too, and across our gardens in the world, we proudly show off some of the world’s most stunning and precious trees.

But will you believe it if we tell you that an old tree trunk can still be transformed into a huge piece of art? A huge tree trunk captured the attention of everyone all over the world after it was transformed into the largest and the longest piece of art. At first, the people were baffled after they found out that that the huge tree trunk that’s placed behind the red tape is no ordinary tree trunk but rather a huge piece of art made by the artist named Zheng Chunhui.

It’s no secret that some of us go nuts for the trees. We sometimes talk to them, we pet them some of us finds the Lorax as our spirit animal! They may keep us young and rich!

A research found that people who live on streets with high tree density are less likely to report a number of health complaints; and specifically, trees improve health perception in ways comparable to an increase in annual personal income or being seven years younger.

You can never be too rich or too thin, and you can never live among too many trees. Zheng Chunhui is a different story he has transformed a 40-feet long tree trunk into the longest piece of art. It turns out that the huge tree trunk is a wooden carved sculpture.

It was made with a single tree trunk and was recognized as the world’s longest wood carving. Do you know what’s even more surprising? It’s the fact that the sculpture contains over 550 individually carved people, the buildings and foliage aren’t still a part of the count!

According to the reports, the wood carving serves as the replica of the famous Chinese painting “Along The River During The Quiming Festival” created by artist Zhang Zeduan during the Song Dynasty. 

It took Zheng Chunhui four years to complete the huge piece of art! If this isn’t what you call a masterpiece then we don’t know what else you’re searching for! It’s already hard to transform a huge tree trunk into something that you can use at home, what more if you’d be transforming such huge piece of wood into something that would be pleasing in the eyes of everyone?

I bet this is Zheng Chunhui was so proud of himself after he put in so many details in this work of art. Kudos to you sir! Continue to make more artworks that will blow people’s minds!

Pretty cool huh? What do you think about this? Share us your thoughts in the comment section below.

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