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Beautiful sculptures of flowers decorate the park in Mexico
Two large sculptures of flowers, freshly decorated with a park in Mexico City.Der famous Japanese Makoto Azuma florist again proved his talent and arranged flowers, tourists and enthusiastic people.
Beautiful carvings of flowers in the center of the big city
As part of an art exhibition Florist Japanese Makoto Azuma has organized two sculptures of flowers. Located at the entrance to the city park, the sculptures were called tourists and locals welcome. The park is one of the largest green spaces in the city - and its brand are 10 large vessels - including 8 in bronze and two of marble. The marble vases, the artist has organized its flower arrangements. The first was inspired by Mexico. The sculpture is a mix of native plants and exotic flowers. The arrangement seems happy - and reflects the temperament of Mexicans oppose perfect. The second project is inspired by Japan. Entirely made of green plants, is influenced by the minimalist style of the country.
Sculptures of flowers symbolize the bond between man and nature
Mexico and Japan are far apart. But one thing, the two cultures in common - they offer a lot of value on nature conservation. Sculptures made from the flowers of Japanese florists symbolize the bond between man and nature. Its provisions have served as inspiration for many artists from all over the world. Also as part of the art exhibition of Japanese organized a one-week workshop for them, presenting interesting new techniques. Over 40 participants took part.
As part of an art exhibition, the two flowers were presented
Azuma Makoto work on his project
The design was inspired by Japanese art and nature
Local and exotic flowers and plants have been used for agreements
Colorful and gay - Inspired by Mexico
Within a one-week workshop, the artist has shown different techniques
For each device, it takes a day
The park entrance