yuken teruya

by Grace Bonney

the image i’m hooked on this morning comes from artist yuken teruya. an everyday toilet paper roll is transformed into carved branches that seem to float on a white wall. it’s such a lovely way of celebrating the things we use everyday and making us think twice about the materials around us. as i slowly wake up this morning i’m now looking around my room to see what everyday object could be transformed into something beautiful…

[via mandr, via swissmiss, via lushlee]

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