Gallery: Dutch Temporary Trees Become Part of Make a Forest Campaign

 
As part of an international exhibit 'Make A Forest', Raw Color and MKGK have created a series of long exposure photographs in which people become these 'Temporary Trees' through movement and different props.

Winter is just around the corner and as always its most visible in the trees – the autumn colors are fading and branches are looking a bit sparse. Now two design studios have teamed up to present these eternal transformations by reimagining trees in an inspired and vibrant form. As part of the international ‘Make A Forest’ exhibition, Raw Color and MKGK have created a series of long exposure photographs in which people become these ‘Temporary Trees’ through movement and a variety of props.

Presented during Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, the series depicts the magic of trees and represent the constant flux of a forest. Colorful shapes become beautiful tree figures, and demonstrate the seasonal changes trees experience throughout the year.

+ MKGK / Maarten Kolk and Guus Kusters + Raw Color

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