Koshi Kawachi's 'Manga Farming' Uses Comics as Soil

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 9, 2009   Updated: Jun 1 2011 • References: &
After seeing Koshi Kawachi's 'Manga Farming,' I'm convinced that my plain old planters are officially insufficient. These bad boys use old anime comic books in place of a traditional soil bed to sprout seeds.

We know that comic books feed the mind and stimulate creativity; with Koshi Kawachi's Manga Farming,' it's clear that anime also is quite good at stimulating seeds to grow.

Implications - Gardening is a task that may not be appealing to all, but can easily be jazzed up to attract a larger groups of consumers. Companies should be conscious of the emergence of a target demographic concerned with infusing style and flare into their lives. All industries should pay attention to altering existing product packaging and branding as to add excitement to basic products. Stats for Anime Planters Trending: Older & Chilly
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