If you are a nature lover, you will definitely love Mori Kono’s work. He is a Japanese-Canadian sculptor who carves beautiful and natural-looking animals from logs. Since you might not understand how amazing his artwork is just by reading what’s written here, we have compiled some of the pictures of his work. 

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“Hang in there, I’m coming!”

 




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Going out for the first time after a long winter of sleep

 

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“Hey, is it nighttime already?”

A climbing lesson

 

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Soaking up the sun

 

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A pensive mood

 

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“Here’s my gift to you.”

 

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 The circle of eternal love

 

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“Hello, world!”

 

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Getting ready for the winter season

 

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“Is my treat on the top?”

 

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“Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your long hair!”

 

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Home sweet home

Be careful, this piranha can bite.

 

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Family reunion

 

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Waiting for the daddy raccoon to come home from work

 

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The incredible transformation of this bear

 

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“Look, Mommy! I’m almost flying!”

 

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