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Nicolai Bergmann, Onesal Collaborate on ‘Future Flowers’ Loops

Floral artist Nicolai Bergmann and design firm Onesal put together a series of digital loops for the “Hanami 2050” exhibition in Fukuoka, Japan. The works were created under the idea of “Future Flowers.” The project was staged at the historic Shinto shrine Dazaifu Tenmangu. Onesal was last featured on HiFructose.com here.

Floral artist Nicolai Bergmann and design firm Onesal put together a series of digital loops for the “Hanami 2050” exhibition in Fukuoka, Japan. The works were created under the idea of “Future Flowers.” The project was staged at the historic Shinto shrine Dazaifu Tenmangu. Onesal was last featured on HiFructose.com here.


“Since 1998, Nicolai Bergmann, a Danish floral artist, has produced art combining European techniques with Japanese sensibility,” writes Fukuoka Now. “Staged at four locations this year including Dazaifu Tenmangu Shrine, Kamado Jinja Shrine, Shikaumi Jinja Shrine, and Yanagawa Tachibana-tei Ohana, Bergmann presents over 100 contemporary works with the theme of ‘admiring flowers in the future.’”

See some more images from the project below.

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