Environmentally beneficial, very affordable, not to mention unique, arborsculpture could indeed become practical alternatives for producing smart, eco-positive furniture, landscaping, and shelter.
— James Nestor- Dwell Magazine
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You too can accomplish the tree shaping projects of your desires and support the growth of this art by purchasing Richard's book. 

The book includes the history of the art, how to do it yourself and interviews with nine tree trunk artist from six different countries.

The book decribes the rich history of the art of arborsculpture, stretching as far back as medieval times. Interviews with the people around the world who practice the art along with step by step how to start your own live arborsculpture projects.

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You, like I may dream of having unique furniture or artwork in your garden. You may want a distinctive fence to screen a private yard. If so, then you’ll find arborsculpture not only fits your needs, but is a great way to grow closer to your land while developing a new skill
— Patti Cassidy- Hobby Farm Home