Chameleon Ceramics by Ryosuke Fukusada
by Ted Savage / November 4, 2013
Bubble wrap tapped: Chameleon Ceramics by Ryosuke Fukusada is an exploration of surface textures developed from everyday objects with artificial yet unintentional textural properties: concrete, compressed cork, cookies, bubble wrap, anything goes.


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On display at Experimental Creations, a showcase of Japanese work in the emerging CMF (Color, Material, Finish) design specialty, November 7-8, 2013 at the Light Box Studio in Aoyama, Tokyo.

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Fukusada runs his own design studio in Kyoto, Japan. Photos: Yusuke Tatsumi.

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