Belgian designer Arne Quinze has recently finalised a new piece of timber art in Brussels. It’s called Cityscape (see first picture below). Where I live, in the southern part of Sweden, we have our own version of timber artwork (rest of the pictures below). It’s called Nimis (lat. “too much”) and according to the artist Lars Vilks, it’s also an independent state which he calls Ladonia. If you are lucky you can hear the artist play the national anthem, the sound of a rock thrown into the sea…. Lars Vilks started to work on Nimis, a construction of driftwood and rests from the cutting areas, already back in 1980. However, Nimis is probably more of a naturescape than cityscape artwork.