Japanese’s Artists Used 1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes Turned into Incredible Bonsai Trees Tauheed Ahmad June 19, 2017 Amazing & Incredible, Creative Minds 80 The talented Japanese artist Naoki Onogawa is taking origami art to the next level, and she’s doing it in the most Japanese way ever. Mainly inspired by the legend of the 1000 cranes and the story of Sadako Sasaki, she folds hundreds of miniature origami cranes which later become attractively delicate Bonsai trees of various colors and styles. Since ancient times, Japanese people have been mindful of natural phenomenon, and while confronting our uncertainties of the natural world, we worship and co-exist in harmony with nature. As one symbol of nature, trees possess a life force which lies in all natural things,” Naoki writes on her blog. I’ve tried to endow my artworks with this energy. Through looking at my works, I hope you can feel this life force too. 1000s Of Miniature Origami Cranes Turned Into Incredible Bonsai Trees By Naoki Onogawa Related PostsBring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall TrophyBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesThe Hand-Carves Nature on Wood92 Years old Grandmother Share Amazing Embroidered Artwork of Temari Incredible Pictures of Glowing FlowersQuartz Nails, The Newest Beauty TrendThe Ikea’s Flat-Pack GARDEN for TowniesArtist Spent 7 Years in Turning UK Forests into Attractive and Ghostly Works of ArtKorean Artists Creates Amazing Art on CoffeeGorgeous Paintings on Fallen Tree Logs Mirror Their Natural OriginsDelicate Vases Designed to Gently Sway When Flower Petals DropThoughtful Idea Finds the Perfect Way to Repurpose Leftover Crayons Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.