Origami is the Japanese art of folding. Ikebana is a Japanese art of flower arranging that focuses greatly on the stem and leaves of a plant. Some styles are based on the scalene triangle, representing heaven, earth and man. Individually, both forms of art are eye-pleasing and crafted with perfection. When the two are merged, they make much more than the origami paper planes we all used to create in 5th grade. See below.
Not quite Ikebana but it’s a killer shot.
Ikebana Origami Babies
Love ’em 🙂