This piece of art was inspired by the Boro (Japanese peasant handcraft) technique called Diamond point. It was conceived during the early 20th century and it is made from a single strand of iron wire. The palms on the beach or in the snow create a color gradient which can be reproduced using this technique. Although it sounds easy to make, this type of art is very difficult because you have to cut the wire in such a way that when making a circle with both ends they connect perfectly.
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It’s not even particularly known as a good spot, and yet it still draws an unbelievable amount of people. Since I had free time, I decided to come and see for myself, but… As expected, just like with the previous sport, there were some pretty amazing guys here. To think that there would be more than ten people out here…
Ikebana series #1
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