A bonji represents a seed syllable. The most common seed syllable that most people know is the Om. In Buddhism there is a Bonji that represent different deities and bodhisattvas. This is a simple lay buddhist's way of explaining a deeper more powerful meaning behind the seed syllable.
I have always been drawn to bonji. They are beautiful to me. So I wanted to create wall hanging of them.
Here is the top with all of them together. I put a silhouette of the Buddha in the middle.
Monju Bosatsu: the Bodhisattva of Supreme Wisdom and Beautiful Splendor
Jizō Bosatsu: Patron of Children
Ashuku Nyorai: Imperturbable Buddha
Fugen Bosatsu: Bodhisattva of Practice and Universal Goodness.
Kokuzo Bosatsu: Bodhisattva of Wisdom and Memory
Kannon Bosatsu: Lord of Compassion