Grassland and Urban sweaters made with human waste and fur shed by animals and turned into yarn, on display in the exhibition  “Dai Fujiwara: The Road of my Cyber Physical Hands”, at the Hong Kong Design Institute.
Grassland and Urban sweaters made with human waste and fur shed by animals and turned into yarn, on display in the exhibition “Dai Fujiwara: The Road of my Cyber Physical Hands”, at the Hong Kong Design Institute.
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Mastermind of Muji to Go line, collaborator on Shiseido eyewear, inspired by Henri Matisse to paint with drones, Dai Fujiwara is a design chameleon

  • Dai Fujiwara, giant of Japanese design, has lent his creative input to companies while also pursuing personal projects such as sweaters woven from detritus
  • He has embraced technology such as drones while also using watercolours to perfectly match colours in life. His first solo show in Hong Kong recently opened

Grassland and Urban sweaters made with human waste and fur shed by animals and turned into yarn, on display in the exhibition  “Dai Fujiwara: The Road of my Cyber Physical Hands”, at the Hong Kong Design Institute.
Grassland and Urban sweaters made with human waste and fur shed by animals and turned into yarn, on display in the exhibition “Dai Fujiwara: The Road of my Cyber Physical Hands”, at the Hong Kong Design Institute.
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