Japanese artist Makoto Azuma launches beautiful plants into stratosphere


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What a lovely way to kill something beautiful.

Maybe I just woke up on the crabby side of the moon, but… … … I don’t grok this.


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I think that he was attempting to provide a habitat for the space geckos


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I wonder if he’s related to Azuma Kiyohiko?


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Won’t somebody think of the petunias?


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Oh no, not again.


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I think it’s beautiful in a similar way to Weiwei’s “Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn”. I’ve also experimented with launching cameras with high altitude balloons and I find the clarity of the images taken from that height to be exquisite. As my little brother likes to say (although often tongue in cheek), “Don’t hate–appreciate.”


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