Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba

2012-02-16

For a project, Japanese artist Takanori Aiba created tree houses out of bonsai. Learn more after the break.

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Bonsai is a form of Japanese art that deals with growing miniature trees in small containers. Growing bonsai trees is common among other countries such as China and Vietnam. The art of growing these trees may already be common but Japanese artist Takanori Aiba does something more. He has created small worlds out of the bonsai trees. The details are so intricately done that you would think small people live in there. See some photos of his bonsai tree houses below.

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For more of his artwork, visit his official website. Information for this article was taken from This is Colossal.

written by jeanmendoza on 2012-02-16 #news #trees #japanese #bonsai #analogue-art #takanori-aiba

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