Sweeping fallen leaves and just throwing them into dumpsters like they're trash? That wouldn’t fly in the Land of the Rising Sun, where locals are turning fallen foliage into stunning pieces of art.


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The Japanese have taken it to Instagram to share their awesome pieces of contemporary leaf art. The new trend is called “ochiba art” or “fallen leaf art”, and it’s actually a very cool idea to bring life to those boring sidewalks at no cost at all. (h/t: rocketnews24, demilked)

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Yvonne Bernal 1 year ago

“Always watch where you are going. Otherwise, you may step on a piece of the forest that was left out by mistake.” ~ Winnie the Pooh

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Yvonne Bernal 1 year ago

I found all of these to be aesthetically pleasing

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Yvonne Bernal 1 year ago

WoW! I was so fascinated I looked it up - there are tutorials on how to make these beautiful roses.

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Jean Whitesavage 1 year ago

friends

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Ashley 1 year ago

WEED LEAVES

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Amy Carter 1 year ago

So simple but so pretty.

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Emily E. Bernato 1 year ago

Go on Pokemon Go

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D Rolls 1 year ago

The hunters of Artemis were here, weren't they?

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Francisco Sobrinho 1 year ago

Cute

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Marcela 1 year ago

PEACE!

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