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Kogure’s collection was recently displayed in Roppongi during the Octopus festival featuring 600 octopi creations she’s developed over the years. The silly creatures are a fascinating display of creativity and a resourceful use of discarded materials. Though we’re very happy that Shark Week recently captivated us and that sharks were the center of a great deal of media attention, this clever and colorful sustainable marine art is a refreshing discovery that beholds the beauty of the sea.

+ Natsuko Kogure

via Spoon & Tamago