20 People Who Turned Piling Logs Into An Art Form

Can something as mundane as piling logs be turned into an art form? In the right hands - of course, it can! Human creativity never ceases to amaze me. Take these folks who figured out how to arrange piles of logs into beautiful works of art that will gradually disappear as the logs are burned one by one over the course of the winter.

It never really occurred to me until just now that a log could have such potential. Depending on the wood and how the logs are cute, they can represent a wide variety of shapes, colors, and textures. There are even galleries of artwork created from logs. Check out these gorgeous examples below.

1. Fallen Tree

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2. Forest Hog

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3. Owl Mosaic

Gary Tallman

4. Round Woodpile

Michael Buck

5. Owl Mosaics

Gary Tallman

6. Spiral Wood Sculpture

Ken Woodhead

7. Firewood Tower

Nikolay Polissky7 Firewood Tower


8. Artistic Wood Stack

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9. Totoro Mosaic

Reijiro Tsukida

10. Fish Wood Stack

Bjare Granli

11. Swiss Bear

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12. Little House

13. Artistic Woodpile

Lyn / Neale

14. Painted Wood Sculpture

Michael McGillis

15. Kinetic Play Sculpture


16. King And Queen Of Norway

Ole Kristian Kjelling

17. Owl Mosaics

Gary Tallman

18. Creative Log Piles

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19. Creative Wood Pile Art

David Henry

20. The Ring

John Gerding

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