Filling tree holes

Random acts of art inside China's vegetation.

Trees are pretty and all, but even they can use some sprucing up (pun intended) – especially during winter months when they’re devoid of leaves. Enter Chinese artist Wang Yue who takes tree holes and turns them into canvases, often involving animals or nature scenes. According to Twisted Sifter, 23-year-old Wang has painted more than 11 trees, each taking about two hours. We love random acts of art.