Today's contemporary is tomorrow's vintage. Especially in the high technology industry, this saying is applicable. Not only in the area of high-tech industry but also in various cultures, everything is evolving year by year. Suppose you buy the most advanced digital camera today spending lots of money, a couple of years later the price of such goods becomes very affordable and at the same time the technology incorporated in such camera is next to obsolete.
In a sense floral art is not exceptional. Of course many people prefer traditional floral art to the modern one. However some people always try to create something new which has never seen before. Recently due to the mutual influence between Japanese Ikebana and Western floral arrangement (such as European and American floral designs), new type of designs with new concept are introduced.
No matter which industry it is, we can find some people who are tired of conventional ones and these type of people always look for something new or trying to make which is creative or unique. People who feel bored with the current way of technology or art often contribute inventing something new which most ordinary people do not think about.
If you feel bored with the conventional type of floral arrangements, one of the ways to make a breakthrough is to challenge another type of floral arrangement. Those who have been working on European (or American) floral art, it is recommended for them to try Japanese traditional floral art called Ikebana that is arranged in a totally different way of concept, skill and tools. Those who have been working on Ikebana can try European floral arrangement whereby they can find a different world of floral art.
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