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Rice Paddy Crop Fields are Becoming Canvases in Japan (UPDATE)

 - Jul 14, 2009   Updated: Jun 8 2011
References: pinktentacle & gradientmagazine
If you've ever been to the countryside in Japan, then you'll know how crop fields seem to continue forever into the horizon. This one particular crop field features a samurai soldier and a portrait of Napoleon, and can be found in the Aomori prefecture village of Inakadate.

It comes of no surprise that this area is becoming extremely well known for its agricultural artistry.

Implications - Art is a popular pastime for many people, and its importance is being felt more and more throughout society. Artistic presence has been merged with environmental awareness through things like this crop art. Companies who can incorporate green initiatives in an artistically pleasing way will continue to grow in popularity.