Mustafa İlhan

Mustafa İlhan

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Great for reading room or any quiet area of the house

Great for reading room or any quiet area of the house

This furniture collection makes use of various knitting and weaving techniques

This furniture collection makes use of various knitting and weaving techniques

Mutation by Maarten De Ceulaer. Each piece in the Mutation series is made from foam spheres, cut so they fit together, attached to a frame and coated in rubber or flocked.

Mutation by Maarten De Ceulaer. Each piece in the Mutation series is made from foam spheres, cut so they fit together, attached to a frame and coated in rubber or flocked.

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"Every person is a story that the soul of the world wants to tell itself." ~ Michael Meade

"Every person is a story that the soul of the world wants to tell itself." ~ Michael Meade

A storms brewing..

A storms brewing..

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Astral views

Astral views

Ocean Shells - Black

Ocean Shells - Black

"Stream". Using her skilled fingers as tools for folding, artist NISHIMURA Yuko transforms crisp, single white sheets of a special Japanese handmade paper known as kyokushi into two dimensional panels with complex geometrical patterns comparable to the lyrical and rhythmic aspects of music. Even the most subtle play of light across these intricate low reliefs endows them with an unusual energy that excites the senses well beyond visual pleasure.

"Stream". Using her skilled fingers as tools for folding, artist NISHIMURA Yuko transforms crisp, single white sheets of a special Japanese handmade paper known as kyokushi into two dimensional panels with complex geometrical patterns comparable to the lyrical and rhythmic aspects of music. Even the most subtle play of light across these intricate low reliefs endows them with an unusual energy that excites the senses well beyond visual pleasure.