Kyoko Sugiura is a graduate of Bunka Fashion College in Japan. She is the creator behind the brand, Kyoko Création Broderie, an atelier and shop in Paris. The artist uses a variety of hand embroidery techniques and materials that show the richness and complexity of her designs. Much of her work is inspired by the diversity of nature. The last four images show her collaborative
effort with Japanese ceramist, Akiko Hoshina.
You can view more of her work on her website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Kyoko Sugiura.
The beauty of these wind chimes is in the details and colors. They are the creations of Israel-based artist, Ronit Urbino Peter. We don’t have much information on the maker but you can see more of her work on Facebook and Pictaram. Her beaded chimes and home decor can be purchased in her Etsy shop.
Images: Courtesy of Ronit Urbino Peter.
Found these charming beaded accessories on Japanese handmade market site, Creema. There‘s very little information on the creator but these small sushi accessories are sold under the brand name, Tsubupochi. This is their sushi series but in the future we hope to see them work with other themes.
You can follow them on Twitter and their shop can be found on Creema and Base.ec.
Images: Courtesy of Tsubupochi.