These pictures are of “Honebana” in Japanese it means “Bone Flowers“, Animal Bone Flowers to be exact. Hideki Tokushige, a Japanese artist, uses animal bones to recreate different flowers. You’ll be thinking that how this great idea got in to his great mind. Actually, one day he was walking home when he saw a dead raccoon on the streets, instead of just ignoring it and throwing them away, Hideki Tokushige took them home and after extracting them he made this intricately stunning bone flowers for his photo shoots. After taking these pictures, he buried them back to mother earth.
You can see more about his artwork on his website.