A Japanese designer named Koichi Futatsumata from Case-Real has designed a mobile sculpture called 'In the Sky.'
Koichi Futatsumata started 'In the Sky' as a participant of the 'edition HORIZONTAL' collection initiated by Tokyo manufacturers E & Y. Inspired by the sway of fallen branches in the air, the mobile replicates the idea by assembling bent metal rods over one another. Koichi Futatsumata's 'In the Sky' is the definition of minimalism and I love the fact that looking at the mobile is like staring into a pattern of stars.
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