Okay, so since writing for Atlanta Metblogs, I have received some really strange emails, but this latest one pretty much takes the cake. Seems this guy, Garth, likes my posts (right. . . ) and he wanted me to know about his “Extreme Craft” article on Agrifolk Art. Basically, I was thinking, WTF?, but flattery will get Garth everywhere, so I clicked on the link. There is also a link to his Flickr set of pictures documenting the whole thing.

Pretty interesting stuff, actually. Trees that draw. On a farm in Cumming. Who knew Cumming was so interesting?

Thanks to Garth for sharing the story.

1 Comment so far

  1. Andrew Dietz (unregistered) on September 30th, 2006 @ 1:40 pm

    You are cordially invited to the opening of Agrifolk Art in America: an exhibition celebrating the revolutionary new movement about which Garth reported. Agrifolk Art represents the merger of agriculture and folk art and brings true authenticity back to the art world. Contact me for details.
    Andrew Dietz
    Managing Director
    Agrifolk Art Associates

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