You’ve probably heard of paper roses. But have you heard of wooden flowers?

Japanese artist Yoshihiro Suda realistically carves flower artworks out of wood. African violet, rose and morning glory come to life in his wooden pieces that include leaf veins and even small punctures in the petals.

Check out some of his delightful floral wood carvings below:

 

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Suda’s works are currently featured in The Ginza Space in Tokyo, Japan until March 22.

You may also want to check out more of his artworks here.

 

[via Colossal]

 

 

 

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