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Students roam Turlington Plaza, home to some of the blue trees. The non-toxic dye should wash off by May, according to the project’s website. Photo by David Williams (3PR).
From Florida Magazine (Magazine of the Gator Nation):
Kentucky may have bluegrass and “Blue Moon,” but who would’ve guessed the University of Florida would get attention for having blue trees?
Gators and visitors can admire “Blue Trees,” a campus-wide project created by Australian artist Konstantin Dimopoulos as a statement against deforestation.
Presented by UF Academic Affairs, more than 20 trees outside the Harn Museum of Art, Reitz Union and Turlington Hall were painted blue with a non-toxic dye that should wash off by May.
Read the full article here.