Nature Mandala (aka: Finding Nature in a Shopping Mall)

For two hours, we asked shoppers in the world’s largest MUJI store (無印良品) near Osaka, Japan to stop shopping, slow down, and re-connect with nature. Here’s what happened…

For two hours, we asked shoppers in the world’s largest MUJI store (無印良品) in Osaka, Japan to stop shopping, slow down, and re-connect with nature.

Together, we built an interactive Nature Mandala artwork, a demonstration of sorts, that you don’t need to spend money to make art, or to enjoy life.

You can make your own nature mandala too. It’s easy to do anywhere, in a park, on a sidewalk, or in your backyard. All you need are leaves (or any natural materials), a mind that is ready to cultivate its relationship to nature, and a centerpoint from which to start working.

Read more about the project at pmlydon.com

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