Tokujin Yoshioka’s installation | ITSLIQUID

Tokujin Yoshioka’s installation

Art, Design | June 14, 2013 |

Image courtesy of tokujin.com

Tokujin Yoshioka’s installation

Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka created an installation that surrounded his artwork and filled a large gallery space in Miami with 2 million transparent straws.

Image courtesy of tokujin.com

Tokujin has been designing works and creating installations that capture and filter light since 1988. He is an award winning designer and has designed for top companies such as BMW, Hermes, Toyota, Swarovski, and many more. Using his innovative design sensibility he transforms everyday materials such as glass, fabrics, plastic, and paper into elegant art objects.

more. www.tokujin.com

 

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