From polyester, nylon, and cotton, Japanese artist and designer Mariko Kusumoto fabricates sculptural types that resemble the creatures and on a regular basis objects she finds most fascinating. She makes use of a proprietary heat-setting method to mould the ever-present supplies into undulating ripples, honeycomb poufs, and even tiny faculties of fish which are offered in elegant and fanciful contexts. Whether or not a pastel coral reef or a fantastical bracelet full of mushrooms, rosettes, and minuscule bicycles, Kusumoto’s physique of labor, which incorporates standalone objects and wearables, makes use of the ethereal qualities of the translucent fibers to make even the banalest types appear as if they’re a part of a dream.
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