Delicate Miniature Sculptures Made From Dandelion Seeds by Euglena
5 monthes ago - By Colossal
Blowing the white fluffy seeds off a dandelion is a universal childhood experience. Who hasn't delighted in watching a gentle breeze carry the bristles off into the distance. But for this Tokyo-based artist who goes by the name euglena , the fluff serves a different, artistic purpose. She harvests them to create impossibly delicate sculptures that beg to be observed up close. Just don't sneeze.
Euglena uses dandelion seeds to create abstract shapes and forms that somehow manage to balance and maintain their figure. It's difficult to fully appreciate the artist's work in photographs because...
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