We are drowning

green car drowning grass sinking ground art installation  Cars Swallowed by Grass at CMP Block in Taiwan

By the looks of the CMP Block art installation, nature is finally fighting back against all the pollution humans and their machinery have wrought upon the world. In this case, the grass in a particular spot in Taiwan has decided to rise up against the fuel-burning cars that somehow drove into its dewy, green grip. Half-consumed, the cars are mossy versions of their former selves, yet they are somehow made the better for it.
Comprised of two cars, the CMP Block art installation “seeks to merge art, aesthetics and nature,” according to This Is Colossal. Visually stunning, an imaginative story can be built around this art piece even in spite of the knowledge that is was created by humans. It may even inspire people to give their cars a rest.

By the looks of the CMP Block art installation, nature is finally fighting back against all the pollution humans and their machinery have wrought upon the world. In this case, the grass in a particular spot in Taiwan has decided to rise up against the fuel-burning cars that somehow drove into its dewy, green grip. Half-consumed, the cars are mossy versions of their former selves, yet they are somehow made the better for it.  Comprised of two cars, the CMP Block art installation “seeks to merge art, aesthetics and nature,” according to This Is Colossal. Visually stunning, an imaginative story can be built around this art piece even in spite of the knowledge that is was created by humans. It may even inspire people to give their cars a rest.

Cars Swallowed by Grass at CMP Block in Taiwan / unknown photographer

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