Delicate bonsai made of thousands of paper cranes


Bonsai or miniature gardening is a form of art that trees are deliberately pruned, twisted, dwarfed, and damaged to stay very small, or the artistic shapes of growing, which has being popular in Asia about thousands of years, where bonsai devotees believe that they can learn the essence and dignity of life by nurturing bonsai. Japanese artist Naoki Onogawa combines horticulture and origami into a beautiful artwork. Naoki Onogawa’s bonsai is made of thousands of folded-paper cranes that refers to the ancient Japanese legend of the 1000 cranes and the story of Sadako Sasaki.

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