Nendo's Distinctive Art Technique is on Display in Tokyo

By: Mishal Omar - Oct 19, 2016
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The 'Tokyo Creation Gallery G8' is now revealing a collection of 3D objects created by Nendo that were inspired by paper.

The gallery's gray and white colors make for the perfect backdrop for the unique artistic items. The 3D objects were printed using black outlines of paper, all of which appear in the form of pages of a book, random structures or large hanging frames. The collection was designed to "capture the unique essence of paper" in a way that has not been done before. From afar, the black malleable pieces look like sketches.

This unique art collection works to provide viewers with an unusual way to experience the various forms and functions of paper, as well as its potential in design.