I continue to introduce you to a selection of amazing insects made by human hands. Today I will show you a wonderful collection of insects by Okita Yumi.
Okita is Japanese by birth, but lives in North Carolina. She creates her masterpieces from fabric scraps, feathers, fur, wire, silk and threads. The insects range in size from 10 cm to half a meter. Each creation has a hook on the breast, for which the insect can be hung on the wall. In her work she uses multi-layered embroidery, which gives volume and realism to her creations.
In addition to moths and butterflies, she makes all sorts of other insects:
I hope this material was interesting for you!
All photos and information were taken on the Internet in the public domain.
To be continued...