People in Japan Are Transforming Fallen Leaves Into Works of Art

Kirstin Fawcett
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Autumn is over in Japan, but locals continue to enjoy the brilliant foliage in the form of “ochiba art,” or “fallen leaf art.” As RocketNews24 reports, the recent trend involves sculpting, raking, and arranging colorful dead leaves into shapes, patterns, animals, bouquets, and other designs. (Way more fun than simply raking them into piles.) Check out a few of the nature-inspired works below.

[h/t deMilked]