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“Bonsai Buildings” Add Magical Model Houses To An Ancient Artform

"Bonsai Buildings" Add Magical Model Houses To An Ancient Artform

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Simply Creative: Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba

Takanori Aiba is a Japanese artist who specializes in intricate Bonsai Tree-houses. Aiba uses craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other materials to construct sprawling miniature tree-house communities that wrap around bonsai trees.

.I want to live here!

Fairy Tale Castle ~ I noticed that the castle in the sky and heavenly beautiful places are a fairytale to many. But God created royalty, castles, mountains and beautiful places. All of these beautiful things awaits God's children, believe it or not!

Mineatures and Bonsai Trees: the work of Takanori Aiba, a Japanese wizard of miniature artistry with a specialty in making Bonsai treehouses and tiny tourist resorts from a parallel universe.

18 Images of Unbelievably Intricate Sculptures of Miniature Towns in Bonsai Trees

Secret Dragon ooak Potion  Cupboard in 1/12 scale by DarkSquirrel

Beaded Bottles featured in the Secret Dragon Ooak Potion Cupboard in scale by DarkSquirrel

Takanori Aiba - sculpture.  Notice that this very tiny project is wrapped around a bonsai tree.

Mineatures and Bonsai Trees: the work of Takanori Aiba, a Japanese wizard of miniature artistry with a specialty in making Bonsai treehouses and tiny tourist resorts from a parallel universe.

дерево-дом бонсай (дерево-дом means Tree House. Not sure what  бонсай means.)

Japanese artist Takanori Aiba has creates this fantastical Bonsai Treehouse Sculpture that looks like someone has taken residence in bonsai tree!

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Bonsai Tree Houses by Takanori Aiba by toybot studios, via Flickr

Take one look at Japanese artist Takanori Aiba’s tiny kingdom sculptures, where entire miniature communities are built around bonsai trees, and you’ll feel like Gulliver stepping foot on the imaginary land of Lilliput.

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