TAKANORI AIBA: Sculpture

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    "Bonsai-B"
    420mm x 370mm x 480mm
    16.5" x 14.5" x 18.9"

    stone clay / resin clay / epoxy putty / hinoki veneer sheet / balsa veneer sheet / copper line / plastic/ resin/ Japanese ash

    Private Collection since 2011

    All images copyright TOKYO GOOD IDEA Development Institute Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
    www.tokyogoodidea.com

    Jason Pointer, andreaffm, You Uchida, and 160 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. gruntzooki 26 months ago | reply

      May I blog this photo on Boing Boing (boingboing.net), please?

      Thanks.

    2. Takanori Aiba 26 months ago | reply

      Yes. I would appreciated it if you could post my credits with images. Thank you.

    3. Raphael Brandão 26 months ago | reply

      Will sell it? This is unbelievable job.

    4. jeri_atkin 26 months ago | reply

      Breathtakingly Beautiful Jeri Atkin

    5. danobro 26 months ago | reply

      These are masterpiece works; would love to own one. Are they for sale? Danny

    6. nick streetwalker 26 months ago | reply

      Simply beautiful.

      Bravo!

    7. sethsgranny 26 months ago | reply

      How old is the tree?

    8. guia o 25 months ago | reply

      my favorite among the creations i saw

    9. ja cour 19 months ago | reply

      Soooo Cool!

    10. MaePrime&MaeSubPrime 16 months ago | reply

      A-ma-zing! I was speechless for a bit there. This is so detailed; there's just so much love and hard work in it <3

      I was wondering if you'll be making a bonsai Rivendell and bonsai Lothlórien (elven realms in Lord of the Rings) and maybe a bonsai Shire too (hobbit realm in Lord of the Rings)

    11. davidrochereau 4 days ago | reply

      Super magnifique. Cela me fait penser aux Machines de l'île à Nantes en France. Ils sont justement en cour de fabrication d'un arbre géant qui ressemble beaucoup à vos œuvres. Désolé pour le texte en français.

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