Have you climbed our Wandering Tree?

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To mark the launch of our call for a Charter for Trees, Woods and People a very special piece of pavement art appeared on Southbank on Wednesday 13th January – an optical illusion created by talented artist Joe Hill from 3D Joe & Max that allowed visitors to London’s iconic riverfront to stand on the top of a mighty oak in a beautiful woodland glade! This short film gives a little insight into what happened and why.
The next day, on Thursday 14th, the Wandering Tree took root outside BBC Broadcasting House. The Wandering Tree will be appearing at different places around the UK as we continue to reach out for support for our call for a Tree Charter, so watch our events calendar to see when you might get a chance to have your photo taken in its leafy branches.
If you had your photo taken on the tree you will have received a link by email to a Flickr gallery of the photos from the day which you can visit to view and download your Wandering Tree portrait. Be sure to share it on your social media, and include #TreeCharter in your post so people can see what it’s all about!

BBC Broadcasting House Artwork - 3D Joe & Max
Photo Galleries:

Wed 13th Jan, 10am – 1.30pm | Wed 13th Jan, 1.30pm – 4pmWed 13th Jan, 4pm – 6pm |

Thurs 14th Jan at BBC Broadcasting House

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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