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14 Jul Themes Of Consumption Wrapped in Jute / Leather – Savage Series

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Jay Sae Jung Oh explores the diverse realm of design as a furniture designer, a product designer, an artist, and an entrepreneur.

Savage series used discarded plastic objects, assembled them together, and wrapped them in natural material- jute and cowhide leather. The objects amalgamated from their original shape by concealing their origins and revealing new forms. The work is a testament to the scope of innovation, invention and beauty born out even the most mundane, everyday objects.

Themes Of Consumption Wrapped in Jute Leather
Themes Of Consumption Wrapped in Jute Leather
Themes Of Consumption Wrapped in Jute Leather
Themes Of Consumption Wrapped in Jute Leather
Themes Of Consumption Wrapped in Jute Leather

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16 Jun Mycelium

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09 Jun Colorful Concrete

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02 Jun Yakisugi – Japanese Charred Wood

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