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Few artists can tie a room together quite like Baku Maeda”s work. The artist, residing in Sapporo, Japan, creates seemingly anything he desires. In his Ribbonesia series, Maeda uses only the silkiest ribbons to make his pieces. They range in size and simplicity, from a large unicorn to the tiniest seal. You”ll be blown away by their beauty and seemingly effortless elegance.

Few installments look quite as “at home” in a luxury department store as Maeda”s work in Fantasia, which he did for Lane Crawford. It”s not just beauty Maeda is after; he also has a great sense of humor that shines through in some pieces.

Ribbonesia By Baku Maeda

Ribbonesia By Baku Maeda

Lion

Lion

Bee And A Flower

Bee And A Flower

Seal Balancing A Ball

Seal Balancing A Ball

Assorted Tiny Ribbon Animals

Assorted Tiny Ribbon Animals

More Little Ribbon Friends

More Little Ribbon Friends

Rabbit

Rabbit

Bear

Bear

Serpent And Apple

Serpent And Apple

The Window Display Of Lane Crawford

The Window Display Of Lane Crawford

Another Window Display

Another Window Display

A Closer Look At The Fantasia Window Display

A Closer Look At The Fantasia Window Display

Inside Of Lane Crawford

Inside Of Lane Crawford

A Winter Wonderland Buck Inside Of Lane Crawford

A Winter Wonderland Buck Inside Of Lane Crawford

Model Bears Looking Dapper At Lane Crawford

Model Bears Looking Dapper At Lane Crawford

Unicorn

Unicorn

Regal Hello Kitty

Regal Hello Kitty

Another Suave Look For Hello Kitty

Another Suave Look For Hello Kitty

(via Ribbonesia, H/T Distractify)

These are spectacular to look at. It”s pretty mind-boggling how these are made from ribbon (and only ribbon). For more of Baku Maeda”s work, check out the Ribbonesia website, his personal website, and his blog.

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