Japanese Artist Creates Edible Headpieces From Raw Veggies, Flowers

Takaya Hanayuishi, hair accessories, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable fashion, eco-friendly accessories, sustainable accessories, green weddings, living fashion, living accessories

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Born in 1975, Takaya spent his early career in the culinary industry before becoming a floral artist in 2004. Most of his clients are brides looking to add drama to their big day, but he also creates arrangements for live performances, special events, and print and video commercials.

Not a single component is pre-made—everything is done on site with the individual involved.

Before grabbing his shears, Takaya has a heart-to-heart with his client, a process that allows him to whip up an arrangement tailored specifically to the event and the person in question. Not a single component is pre-made—everything is done on site with the individual involved. The result is a bespoke piece that tells a unique story; now how many members of the Royal family can claim that?

+ Takaya

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One Response to “Japanese Artist Creates Edible Headpieces From Raw Veggies, Flowers”

  1. itsellen says:

    Ive used this artist in my art project at school! amazing work!

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