This is the first-ever made Sierpinski Tetrahedron Fractal Tree! It is an aesthetically appealing object that effectively connects space subsets in a hierarchically ordered manner. The fractal dimension of its tip set is D = log 4/log 2 = 2 which means that its shadow can fill an entire square. Explore its platonic proportions and find other interesting shadows by yourself! Enjoy, Bernat Espigulé.