The Impressive Cyberpunk Accessories Of Hiroto Ikeuchi – Design You Trust

The Impressive Cyberpunk Accessories Of Hiroto Ikeuchi

Between cyberpunk, cosplay and DIY, here are the impressive creations of the Japanese Hiroto Ikeuchi, who handcraft futuristic objects and accessories with an incredible talent. Based in Tokyo, and heavily inspired by science fiction and manga like Gundam, Ghost in the Shell, Macross or Appleseed, Hiroto Ikeuchi recycles electronic gadgets, cameras, or smartphones into complex and beautiful high-tech objects.

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