Manabu Hashiguchi’s designs are so naturally and flawlessly elegant that it seems as if no artist is involved at all, but the wreaths were created by nature by chance. In Hashiguchi’s charming designs, the humble materials are given every opportunity to shine and tell their story. Discover this formidable and intriguing collection of seasonal wreaths that balance on the thin line between classic floral art and land art.
For Japanese floral artist Manabu Hashiguchi, the wreath is not only the favourite form of expression, but also the most expressive. Its symbolism is universal. Without beginning or end, the wreath stands for eternity and the endless process of renewal in nature.
U houdt van bloemen en wordt helemaal gelukkig van een mooie bos in huis? Wie niet! Met behulp van dit handige boek en de vakkundige uitleg van floriste Gudrun Cottenier maakt u uw boeket voortaan helemaal zelf. Bovendien bewijst dit boek dat dit helemaal geen fortuin hoeft te kosten.
The combination of Ikebana and haiku results in a more than successful marriage. The similarity between the two arts goes far beyond their common Japanese origins. The seductive simplicity of the haiku, its sparse use of words and subtlety, its silences and deep grounds, its rhythms and seasons… These are only some of the characteristics that Haiku shares with Ikebana.