This Boston ‘Championship Tree’ Is The Best Thing You’ll See All Day

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Boston’s sports teams have won so many championships in recent years that we wouldn’t blame some people for taking their success for granted.

But we’ll go out on a limb and say Jesse Green isn’t one of those people.

“The Machine Jesse Green” is a professional chainsaw sculptor, meaning he takes ordinary trees and transforms them into awesome pieces of art using only a chainsaw. His latest masterpiece: An awesome homage to Boston’s “Big Four” sports teams that you’ll have to see to believe.

Amazingly, Green recreated a 2011 ESPN the Magazine cover by carving four fingers into a multi-trunked tree, with championship rings from the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins and New England Patriots on each finger.

We don’t know where this amazing work of art — which Green dubbed the “World Championship Tree” — currently resides, but we propose it relocates to downtown Boston and becomes a city landmark.

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