Koshi Kawachi’s umaibo Buddhist statues and manga plants


I am newly a fan of Koshi Kawachi, an artist who uses common everyday Japanese things to create cool art. For example, above, he takes the ever-so-popular dagashiya snack Umaibo and carves them into Buddhist statues. And below, he uses old manga collections to grow vegetables in.
Manga Farming, by Koshi Kawachi --

via Pink Tentacle

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