Tree houses hold a special place in the life of anyone who was fortunate enough to have had one as a child. It was probably a magical place where you could ”escape” to a place you could call your own and put your own signature on it.
But as we grow older, those awesome memories fade away and become just a memory of how great it was to not have a care in the world.
LA-based artist Jedediah Corwyn Voltz, a prop maker with over 10 years of experience in the film industry, builds tree houses on common houseplants that otherwise would go unnoticed, like a bonsai tree, a potted cactus and succulents.
In an interview for Bored Panda, Voltz said: ”Building miniatures for stop motion always leaves me with a huge bin of scrap balsa, basswood, various fabrics, etc. and I found myself making little fantasy constructions out of that stuff during my downtime. Those little scrap forts led to me building some more serious ones in little diorama settings and last year I built my first living treehouse. Since then, I’ve made almost 25 of them, from tiny watchtowers in secluded forests to quiet treetop meditation platforms, to giant bustling windmills and waterwheels.”
His amazing attention to detail can be seen in every little tree house he builds. The detail put into the little structures are very intricate as he even furnishes the little houses with tiny furniture, art pieces and rugs. The end result is downright adorable!
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Via: This Is Colossal