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Tree ring growth is directly influenced by the weather so can you create a tree from weather data?

Daily rain and temperature data for the past 50 years have been used to create these tree rings. As a new tree ring is formed each year, each ring represents a new year. Just like tree growth, the most recent year is on the outside of the tree.

The distance between tree rings are dependent on rainfall and so the thickness of each ring has been created by total rainfall over the year. The thicker rings indicate more rainfall and the organic shapes of the rings have been created from the fluctuation in daily weather temperature.

The width of the print is 300mm. Whilst different tree species grow at different rates, on average, a tree ring with a width of 300mm would be roughly 100 years old. And so this print uses 100 rings to create the final design (two rings for each year to highlight rainfall).


Limited Edition of 50
297mm x 400mm 2 Colour Risograph. Printed in London
175gsm GF Smith Colorplan paper. Made in Hull
Optional 305mm Oak Magnetic Frame. Made in Shropshire
100% Recycled Cardboard Tube. Made in Ayrshire


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  • Process


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  • Materials


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