This Japanese-Made Sleeping Cat Sand Sculpture Molds Turn The World Into Feline Heaven – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

This Japanese-Made Sleeping Cat Sand Sculpture Molds Turn The World Into Feline Heaven

Have you ever been soothed by the sight of a napping cat when strolling around outside? Japanese design brand Ash Koncent is embracing that concept with Neko Cup – a cat sculpture and mold that creates the silhouette of a napping kitty out of your surroundings.

More: Ash Koncent (jp), Yuka Mori h/t: grapee

Neko Cup is a cat-shaped lightweight sculpture mold made from bamboo and scallop shell biomass plastic. It can be used to make sculptures of sleeping cats at the beach, in the snow, or even out of dirt. The mold itself can also be used as a nice decorative set-piece for cat lovers.

Yuka Mori, who designed the Neko Cup, says she was inspired by the idea of going outside and seeing cats napping on sidewalks, and wanted to capture that feeling and hopes it spreads around.

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