Makoto Azuma sculpts Botanical Calendar with Swarovski Elements


I actually enjoy admiring Bonsai trees, although I may not have the patience to actual indulge in the art by myself. But the Japanese take their traditional arts very seriously and in a bid to keep the newer generations keen on botanical arts; Japan-based flower artist Makoto Azuma in collaboration with Swarovski Elements has designed six stunning sculptures for a botanical calendar especially for Numero Tokyo for their Jan-Feb 2011 issue. The sculptures featuring flowers and plants have been recreated with the finest crystal elements, courtesy Swarovski.

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