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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,.

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Mariko Kusumoto Metal and Fiber Art

Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto uses translucent fabric to produce balloon-like objects, orbs that contain various forms trapped within their soft exterior. The creations inside range from smaller versions of the spherical sculptures to sea creatures and cars, playful forms that fit the bright c

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.

L?artista Mariko Kusumoto forgia gli scampoli di tessuto e li trasforma in sculture pr?t-?-porter

L’artista Mariko Kusumoto forgia gli scampoli di tessuto e li trasforma in sculture prêt-à-porter

Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto uses translucent fabric to produce balloon-like objects, orbs that contain various forms trapped within their soft exterior. The creations inside range from smaller versions of the spherical sculptures to sea creatures and

Mariko Kusumoto

Mariko Kusumoto Metal and Fiber Art

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Mariko Kusumoto Jewelry and Wall Piece Elements Polyester

MARIKO KUSUMOTO SEA CREATURE BROOCH Polyester

MARIKO KUSUMOTO SEA CREATURE BROOCH Polyester

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Japanese Artist Mariko Kusumoto uses translucent fabric to create sea creature like jewelry.

TEXTILE WORKS STATEMENT My work reflects various, observable phenomena that stimulate my mind and senses; I 'reorganize' them into a new presentation that can be d.

Mariko Kusumoto, Fiber art

Represented by Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA

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…

Mariko Kusumoto

Mariko Kusumoto - necklace inspired by a Japanese book about tsumami zaiku, which is a technique for making fabric flowers for hair ornaments when people wear kimono.

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TEXTILE WORKS STATEMENT My work reflects various, observable phenomena that stimulate my mind and senses; I 'reorganize' them into a new presentation that can be d.

Mariko Kusumoto, Brooches, 2014

Mariko Kusumoto, Brooches made of fibers, 2014

Patternbank fell in love with these sculptural jewellery pieces created by Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto. She explains on her website "My recent fabric p

Mariko Kusumoto - Delicate & Translucent Fabric Jewellery

Patternbank fell in love with these sculptural jewellery pieces created by Japanese artist Mariko Kusumoto. She explains on her website "My recent fabric p

Mariko Kusumoto | Artist

Represented by Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA