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Baku Maeda Turns Dried Foliage into Leaf Beasts  | Spoon & Tamago

Baku Maeda Turns Dried Foliage into Leaf Beasts

Baku Maeda Turns Dried Foliage into Leaf Beasts | Spoon & Tamago

nice fall monsters

Leaf Beasts \ Japanese artist-Baku Maeda\ He makes fragile sculptures of cute animals and creatures out of fallen leaves.

Leaf Beasts \ Japanese artist-Baku Maeda\ He makes fragile sculptures of cute animals and creatures out of fallen leaves.

Leaf Beasts \ Japanese artist-Baku Maeda\ He makes fragile sculptures of cute animals and creatures out of fallen leaves.

Be inspired. The creative energy is contagious. Stitched Leaves by Hillary Fayle

stitched leaved by artist Hillary Fayle who is currently working on a MFA in Craft/Material studies at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.

LEAF BEAST ( 葉獣 ) Artist : Baku Maeda Material : Magnolia obovata(ホオノキの葉) 植物の葉の乾燥とともに起きる収縮現象を利用し、 動物に見立てた作品。

LEAF BEAST ( 葉獣 ) Artist : Baku Maeda Material... - bakumaeda

Japanese artist Baku Maeda (previously) has created beautifully simple animal sculptures out of cut magnolia leaves in his delightful series Leaf Beast (pa

Ta.Ta. Unconventional Design For Kids

LEAF BEAST 2015 “Skulls” Leaf Beast is a project by illustrator and artist Baku Maeda. I made a new sculptures by using dead leaves.

Concentrically Layered Ceramic Sculptures and Vessels by Matthew Chambers..  the protective shell of a curled up armadillo, ocean waves, bowls of pasta, or portals to other dimensions; all valid reactions to these hand-built ceramic vessels and sculptures that contain dozens of thin concentric layers.

Concentrically Layered Ceramic Sculptures and Vessels by Matthew Chambers

LEAF BEAST by Baku Maeda on Behance

LEAF BEAST by Baku Maeda on Behance

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