Fun Link Friday: magnetic air bonsai

This week we have a pretty rad invention you may have seen on Spoon & Tamago: magnetic floating bonsai trees! A small company in Kyushu called Hoshinchu has developed bonsai tree bases with magnets and ceramics that create little floating gardens that seems to defy the laws of nature as they hover your bonsai trees, suspended effortlessly in the air.


You can read more about their concept on the original article, and also see a video about the products on their Kickstarter page, which has already far surpassed its original goals number to produce these for broader sale. Check it out, they look amazing!


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Paula lives in the vortex of graduate life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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