You may not believe it at first, but these sculptures made by Japanese artist Hideki Kuwajima is made out of found objects -- often children toys, to be exact. As though she were forming colorful, 3D inkblots, her creations are symmetrical yet abstract.
Hideki Kuwajima's work is so celebrated that she has created unique installations for Hermes and she is currently showing at the Radi-Um Von Roentgenwerke Art Gallery in Tokyo. If you're not in the area to view her work in person, enjoy some of Hideki Kuwajima's work in the gallery featured.
Hideki Kuwajima Creates Complex Sculptures from Found Objects
1. Upcycled Toy Art - Artists are repurposing children's toys to create unique sculptures and installations, opening opportunities for sustainable art and toy design.
2. Abstract 3D Art - Artists are creating symmetrical yet abstract sculptures that challenge traditional 3D art forms and invite new ways of thinking about space and form.
3. Gallery Installations - Artists are creating large-scale installations in galleries, presenting new opportunities for immersive art experiences and event planning.
1. Art and Design - Upcycling and abstract sculpture techniques are disrupting traditional art and design conventions and opening up new avenues for sustainable and innovative creations.
2. Toy Industry - Artists using found children's toys in their sculptures presents an opportunity for toy manufacturers to explore repurposing and eco-friendly design.
3. Event Planning - Large-scale art installations in galleries and public spaces are changing the way events are designed and planned, creating new avenues for immersive experiences.