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An Extremely Intricate Castle in a Bonsai Tree

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 designing, as well as a background in directing architectural spaces, so he put both of those skills to use and created the lovely castle in a bonsai tree you see above, dubbed Bonsai-B. Check out another picture of the work encased in a tasteful display below.

You can check out more of Aiba’s work over his website, which hosts similar architectural marvels.

(My Modern Met via The Daily What)

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