You may never look at your contact lenses the same way again after the Haruka Kojin Contact Lens installation.
Featured as part of the Architectural Environments for Tomorrow exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, this art piece explores the distortion of reality. Karuka Kojin uses two types of contact lenses: flat and curved. The curved surface contact lens plays with the light as it hits it, creating a stunning dynamic as it reflects the color onto multiple surfaces.
Kojin is the youngest artist in the group featured as part of this exhibit. If that's no indication of how talented she is, check out the Haruka Kojin Contact Lens art piece to see first hand.
Photo Credits: designboom | mot-art-museum.jp
Implications - Artwork that pushes the limits on creativity attract those who want to experience more daring ventures. Companies could focus on an experimental aesthetic in their items in order to attract more attention to their brand.
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