Currently on Brussels’ Grand Place, in Belgium, stands an impressive flowers’ carpet composed of 600,000 cut flowers with bright colors. Depicting flowers, birds, the wind and the sea, this natural carpet of 1000 square meters celebrates the 150 years of Belgian-Japanese friendship. This carpet designed by the non-profit association Tapis de Fleurs with the little help of volunteers, illustrators, graphic designers and architects, is inspired by the aesthetics and Japanese illustrations. The flowers are there to symbolize the passing of time and the changing seasons.
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wow how beautiful
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Stunning and beautiful…amazing work of art! Lovely.
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oh my how wonderful thank you this blessings to see 🙂
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