If you haven’t heard of visual artist Aaron Koblin, go and check out his portfolio immediately. I promise, it is very worth it. One of Mr. Koblin’s most recent projects, The Exquisite Forest, really caught my eye. Based on an idea put forth by a group of artists called “The Exquisite Corpse”, in which a sentence is made by each new person adding one word to the sentence without seeing what was previously added, The Exquisite Forest creates a similar experience using animation and visuals to create a collaborative representation of a theme. These “trees” are all available to view on the forest’s website. The project is a result of a collaboration with Chris Milk, The Tate Modern, where the forest was also on display, and Google Creative Lab.