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Stones of various shapes are found everywhere, but Japanese artist Akie Nakata, with her special creative art transform any stone into animal shape painting.

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But it is not called a picture, because with its art, they cast the stone into the same animal that people forget that it was a stone or a statue of an animal.

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According to Aki Nakata, the stone near him is not a canvas but a sense of emotion. Several years ago she was walking along the river, that at meanwhile she saw a stone and picked.

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I feel it when I pick a stone. Sometimes it seems that I have not chooses the stone, but stone chooses me. ۔ I think every stone has its own purpose, which suggests that I need to work on it now. After that I am painting on it and my relationship with the rock is connected, ‘said Aki.

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She says she has a feeling of rocks but retains their original shape rather than rubbing or breaking any stone. She shape the stone as an animal in its natural form. I keep painting on it until the animal looks in my eyes and looks alive. Even the stone appears to be a lively animal.

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Despite repeated inquiries from people, she does not sell rocky animals to anyone but allows anyone who wants to see them. ۔ All of Aki Nakata’s work can be viewed on her social media account. Her studio still has a pile of silent stones on which they have to decorate amazing images of animals.

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