(Z)ipper trees and (D)etritus

Here's the detritus "D" box designed dramatically with details of dance.

Here’s the detritus “D” box designed dramatically with details of dance.

Viewing the specimens after opening the flap.

Viewing the specimens after opening the flap.

A new specimen for me, this Zipper Tree.

A new specimen for me, this Zipper Tree.

Looks like this one was grafted maybe....

Looks like this one was grafted maybe….

Detritus is everywhere.  In fact maybe there’s more detritus than there is anything else.  Maybe the world is mostly detritus, but we’re just carefully identifying each of the piles so that they will feel less like “stuff” and we’ll feel more productive? In any event here’s some (stuff? productivity?) from my studio.  It adorns the letter “D” box.  Some fabric, some thread, some wire and pins and little tumble weeds.  It’s what has landed after everything else gets put away.

Zipper trees are not everywhere. This is the first one I’ve run across. Please let me know if you’ve seen them in your neck of the woods.

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