Holland Park Avenue Study
by Artist Mark Boyle, 1967

"Straight lines and right-angles do not appear in
nature's architecture. They are uniquely human.
 
Nature is present in the urban landscape, but is
rigidly recast: rows of equally-spaced trees flanking
an avenue; stone crushed and shaped as block;
sand melted into windows and street lamps.
 
Mark Boyle's Holland Park Avenue Study reveals
nature's redesign in the most common."

- Markus Diersbock