Natura Insects: The Delicate Floral Compositions Of Raku Inoue – Design You Trust

Natura Insects: The Delicate Floral Compositions Of Raku Inoue

Natura Insects is a beautiful series from the Japanese artist and designer Raku Inoue, currently based in Montreal, who imagines delicate floral compositions by recreating insects with leaves and flower petals.

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