Medicin packed in origami flowers that opens up in water. A clever way to make medication a bit more beautiful.
The finished bouquet of 54. This went to our head of school, Barbara Landis Chase who is leaving next year. 54 roses - one per term she’s been here (18 years.)
Kawasaki Rose in half bloom.
The blog I saw this on recommends an 8x8 grid instead of just 4x4 as it is in the diagrams; I did that, and it definitely helped. 8x8 it is!
Folding for Peace is a white paper garden in Nagasaki, Japan, realized by Swiss designer Anouk Vogel. The patch of faux flowers are aligned in a circular bed, angelically standing tall and vibrant against a naturally viridescent backdrop. The piece was commissioned by the Gardening World Cup and awarded the Silver Medal and Judges’ Special Award at the Festival of Flowers and World Peace.
An ancient Japanese legend promises that anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish, such as long life or recovery from illness or injury. Inspired by this popular belief, the garden Folding For Peace is the physical remain of a wish for world peace. All the plants that compose the garden are folded out of white paper.