This Artist Creates Organic Plastic Woven Threads Sculptures – Design You Trust

This Artist Creates Organic Plastic Woven Threads Sculptures

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Designer and architect Sui Park, based in New York and born in Seoul, creates plastic black and white sculptures with organic flexible 3D shapes. With a notion of movement, she considers her works as sometimes mystical and illusionary, like mirages. She can make a group of sculptures similar to aquatic organisms or jellyfish, or suspended works like swimming fish.

h/t: fubiz

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