"Littmann’s careful arrangement of the trees in The Unending Attraction of Nature is inspired by a drawing of the same name by Austrian artist Max Peintner, which Littmann first saw several decades ago. The drawing, created in 1970, depicts a harrowing future, one where infrastructure imposes upon nature existing in its rightful space. The designer’s hope is that these native central European trees will attract local wildlife, thus breathing new life into a familiar, preexisting space and focusing the public’s attention on the fragility of existing forests."