The Treehugger Project is an ongoing international work of environmental art by Polish artists Agnieszka Gradzik and Wiktor Szostalo. Creating, quite literally, tree huggers made out of branches, leaves, vines and other natural materials, these organic sculptures serve as a playful (yet serious) reminder of our ties to nature... The TreeHugger project was the featured environmental art project at the 2008 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Poznan, Poland last December. They have done installations all over the world, including Austria, England, Poland, Nevada, and Missouri, and are currently on display in Brooklyn until August 2009 as part of the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project. For more information, visit The TreeHugger Project.