New Grid-Bonsai Trees Let You Enjoy Traditional Japanese Art As A Puzzle

A new collaborative effort between Japan Botanical Culture Co., LTD. and creative design office nendo is showing that with a new “modern” bonsai that requires no watering or fertilizer, GRID-BONSAI.

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The project was put together as a means of answering interest outside Japan in bonsai trees, but also circumventing a lot of the challenges involved in internationally shipping actual trees, as well as minimizing maintenance issues. There are a total of 7 nylon “puzzle” prints planned, which can be shaped into bonsai designs by “shearing” each guided outline, making it a beginner-friendly design.

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