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

This Artist Creates Organic Plastic Woven Threads Sculptures


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.

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