Japanese artist Naoki Onogawa is taking origami artwork to the subsequent degree, and he or she’s doing it in essentially the most Japanese method ever.
Impressed by the legend of the 1000 cranes and the story of Sadako Sasaki, she folds tons of of miniature origami cranes which later turn into superbly delicate Bonsai timber of assorted colours and types.
“Since historical instances, Japanese folks have been conscious of pure phenomenon. Whereas confronting our fears of the pure world, we worship and co-exist in concord with nature. As one image of nature, timber possess a life pressure which lies in all pure issues,” Naoki writes on her blog. “I’ve tried to endow my artworks with this power. Via taking a look at my works, I hope you may really feel this life pressure too.”
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