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Bonsai Treehouse

It's no wonder a former maze illustrator is the architect behind these incredibly detailed bonsai sculptures made of clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin. How amazing would it be if they were life-sized? Wishful thinking. Marvel at the rest of Japanese artist Takanori Aiba's work
JahN EstaCado
JahN EstaCado • 2 years ago

Takanori Aiba's Bonsai Treehouse Sculptures

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TAKANORI AIBA: Sculpture by Takanori Aiba, via Flickr

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Takanori Aiba makes incredibly detailed sculptures using stone clay, epoxy putty, plastic, resin and copper line. His sculptures include lighthouses, balconies, bridges, towers and buildings.

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Bonsai Treehouses by Takanori Aiba

Japanese artist Takanori Aiba creates astoundingly detailed sculptures of tiny buildings. The sculptures are inspired by the Japanese art forms of bonsai (miniature trees) and suiseki (stone appreciation). For more photos see Aiba’s Flickr site.