Stickybana, the Perpetually Forgotten Art of Cannabis Arrangement

The Japanese art of flower arrangement, Ikebana, is a captivating practice that aims for poetic synthesis of human hand and natural beauty in each composition. Stickybana, as documented on this Instagram page, is a sub-genre that centers cannabis within that tradition.

The pairing is quite simpatico: Ikebana and cannabis practitioners alike explore space and time, seeking balance and harmony. The boundaries of the art though seem a bit blurry, and the concept not exactly focused: amongst the photos of cut arrangements there are examples of trained miniature plants, aka the entirely separate Japanese art of Bonsai, but here executed with weed, so, you know, like, Bongsai.

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Given the adjacency of the account’s creation to April 20th, 4/20 for us in the USA, a festive date on any stoner’s calendar, this may just all be an illusion. But perhaps it truly is a perpetually forgotten art …

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See more at: @stickybana on Instagram

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