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Friday, December 13, 2013
Ok this guys stuff makes me want to keep working in metal. Tomohiro Inaba started making things in 2003 and finished his graduate studies in Japan in 2010. His floaty delicate work is usually made from iron, something he is drawn to because it begins to rust and decay right after the work is finished.
If I'm reading his site correctly, the two deer works are the solid base and one long bent iron piece
attatched to that. i love his delicate work that also speaks about decay, and how little we can see of something but still understand what it is.