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Zim & Zou Revitalize Hermes Scraps in 'The Eternal Jungle' Art Piece

By: Katie Pagnotta - Published: • References: zimandzou.fr & highsnobiety
French art studio Zim & Zou have created a wild art series out of leftover scraps of Hermes leather.

Thibault Zimmermann from the studio explained that the project began with the creation of a parrot. The bird turned out magnificently and the company decided to expand the collection. The fantastic vibrant animal series has been deemed 'The Eternal Jungle.' It is a colorful and intricate collection of birds, lizards and monkeys made entirely from re-purposed materials. Each mind-blowing piece was composed by using leftover offcuts from Herm├Ęs workshops by artists/designers Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann. The two worked together in partnership with Hermes to churn out a vivacious and large scale series of animals.

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