Artist Takanori Aiba has elevated the art of miniature sculptures to a new level. His intricate structures replicate dreamlike architecture, complete with tiny vehicles, umbrellas, street lamps, flags, and other details. Takanori crafts his models from…
Treating each tiny Bonsai as if it were a deep-rooted full-sized tree, Aiba creates incredible buildings that wind around the boughs and branches. Using copper line, epoxy putty, plastic, resin and stone clay, he fashions detailed buildings, bridges, balconies
You may remember John Farrier’s post about the Bonsai Tree Castle, which was created by Japanese artist Takanori Aiba. Well Takanori’s art certainly doesn’t stop there, and would you believe that the rest of his miniature worlds (structural sculptures) are even more fantastic than the tree castle?! With a style ripped straight from mythology and [...]
In your wildest vacation fantasies, where do you stay? A posh hotel, perhaps, or under the stars atop a beautiful mountain? Well, the miniature buildings Japanese artist Takanori Aiba constructs — often using materials like vintage pineapple cans and ice cream packages as his base — are more idyllic than anything we could have possibly [...]
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba has created a series of sculptures, most of which incorporate a bonsai tree, but all of which are magnificent. They’re made with stone clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, and resin, among other things. More from My Modern Met. It should come as no surprise that Aiba has a background as a [...]
Takanori Aiba – a famous Japanese photographer, painter, illustrator and architect. He started as an illustrator of magazines, but eventually managed to grow to a real professional in the field of design and architecture. His most recent work are unusual … Continue reading ?
Takanori Aiba’s collection of miniature structures were inspired by his earlier experiences in making bonsai and illustrating mazes. The detailed beauty of each work is mind-boggling. Hat Tip Link More Awesome Stuff for You to Click On: Adventures of Tintin: Fan CreditsEyes Up CloseMinimiam Food PhotographyDice SculpturesSlate Sculptures
Awesome bonsai treehouse is awesome. For nearly a decade since the late 1970s artist Takanori Aiba worked as a maze illustrator for Japanese fashion... This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.
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. via My Modern Metropolis
Takanori Aiba's bonsai and epoxy fancies are beautiful, gnarly fairylands, full of whimsy and perfectly weird. (Image: "Bonsai-B" and "Hôtel de Michelin" by TAKANORI AIBA, copyright TOKYO GOOD IDEA Development Institute Co, Ltd, used with permission)
These amazingly detailed, but tiny, tree houses built around bonsai trees astound me. Artist Takanori Aiba creates the delicate structures using materials like steel, resin, paper, plaster, LEDs and even ice cream containers. It's easy to get lost in
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba has taken bonsai trees, empty food packaging, and even a tiny statue of the Michelin Man and constructed miniature metropolises around these objects, thus creating real-life Bottled Cities of Kandor. Explains Aiba of his artwork: More »
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba makes tiny, enchanting worlds, such as this fanciful castle wrapped around an imitation bonsai tree. His whole site is a browsing delight. The only pity is that creations aren’t real places that we can visit. Link -via Geekosystem | Artist’s Website
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This is a castle sculptured around an actual bonsai tree by Japanese artist Takanori Aiba. If a shrink-ray existed, I would shrink myself and live there. Unfortunately shrink-rays don't exist, so I'm stuck in this basement apartment with a serial killer living above me. Show More Summary
Japanese artist Takanori Aiba takes bonsai trees to a whole new level by infusing one with an extremely intricate castle. Aiba employed the use of copper line, epoxy putty, plastic, resin, and stone clay. Aiba has a background in maze...Show More Summary