Artist Uses Household Sponges to Create Inspiring Architectural Shapes

Transforming mundane objects into unexpected forms, Kyoto-based artist Takashi Suzuki uses household sponges, scurbbers and scouring pads to construct bright architectural shapes. The series titled "BAU" is an attempt to find out how many sculptural forms one can create by using assemblages of particular mundane items. Speaking about the project he says, "All the images are improvisations to attempt to re-visualize images that were in my mind. Images from personal memories of my daily life, photographs from magazines, TV or Internet."

Find out more about Takashi Suzuki's work here.

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