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Ethereal Sculptures and Wearable Orbs Formed From Synthetic Fabric by Mariko Kusumoto Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto uses translucent fabric to produce balloon-like objects, orbs that contain various.

TEXTILE WORKS STATEMENT My work reflects various, observable phenomena that stimulate my mind and senses;

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In her ongoing body of work, Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto loves to use polyester fabric and assemble it into three-dimensional wearable and sculptural jewellery pieces. Inspired by various sea creatures,.

In her artist’s statement, Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto writes that her “work reflects various, observable phenomena that stimulate my mind and senses; they can be natural or man-made.  I 'reorganize' them into a new presentation that can be described as surreal, amusing, graceful, or unexpected.  A playful, happy atmosphere pervades my work.”

In her artist’s statement, Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto writes that her “work…

These beautiful, intriguing orbs are designed by Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto. Each translucent orb contains smaller objects from which she then creates both sculptural and 3D jewellery. She has a wonderful intuitive sense of colour and form that puts a smile on my face! www.aloeforever.uk.com

Ethereal Sculptures and Wearable Orbs Formed From Synthetic Fabric by Mariko Kusumoto Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto uses translucent fabric to produce balloon-like objects, orbs that contain various.

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Beautiful orb-like sculptures made from textiles from Mariko Kusumoto

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You could be forgiven for thinking that the things in these pictures are a species of sea creature, or perhaps a type of organism found on another planet entirely, but they're actually items of delicate jewelry created by Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto.

Sea-Inspired Jewelry Made From Translucent Fabric By Japanese Artist

Mariko Kusumoto (трафик) / Арт-объекты / ВТОРАЯ УЛИЦА

Mariko Kusumoto (трафик) / Арт-объекты / ВТОРАЯ УЛИЦА

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