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

 - Jul 9, 2009   Updated: Jun 1 2011
References: blogs.yahoo.co.jp & behance.net
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.