Gallery: Sprout Seeds in an Old Comic With Manga Farming’s Miniature Ga...

From the artist: "The seed is planted on the artist or the farmers' favorite page as if they are the bookmarkers."

Indoor gardening doesn’t get much cooler than this awesome Manga Farming planter by Koshi Kawachi. The artist recycles old comic books by turning them into miniature vegetable plots. Seeds are planted onto one’s favorite pages — as if they are the book markers — and then allowed to blossom. Comic book lovers everywhere can now nurture a sprouting seed from within the pages of their best-loved graphic works.

+ Koshi Kawachi

Images © Koshi Kawachi


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1 Comment

  1. feline74 January 15, 2012 at 11:11 pm

    Good requiem for beloved, but water-damaged books. Most manga/graphic novel fans can think of a few titles, though, which would be worth more as gardens than as books:P

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