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May 31, 2016 AT 11:00 am

Haruka Misawa’s Waterscapes feature sea plant inspired 3D prints #ArtTuesday

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Beautiful pieces by Haruka Misawa from design-milk:

Former Nendo alum, Muji protege, and founder of the Misawa Design Institute, Haruka Misawa, recognized an opportunity to make waves—small aquarium bound waves—with a novel redefinition of aquascaping, introducing 3D printed sculptural forms as compositional elements for fish, turtles, shrimp and aquatic plants to interact with: miniature landscapes inspired by the natural, but displaying the modern and artificial output of a 3D printer.

See more on design-milk and Haruka Misawa’s site


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