Monday Love: Underwater Magic




Howdy lovelies, happy new week to you! Are you feeling up to the challenge of everyday life, or would you rather dive into an ocean of fantasy and imagination?
I recently came across the magical work of Saruyi, an artist from Japan, who creates fragile, luminous underwater creatures and worlds that look so real and so alive, although they are made of fabric and fiber. 
Her ongoing project  Urban Aquarium “explores the concept of being ‘out of context’ and ‘displaced’, something she experienced by being relocated from Japan to Australia and other stations. Her artistic underwater world is shown in unexpected places throughout the city of Portland, where she now resides and works, to offer views into a world below the surface of busy "Hustle and Bustle". To find out more about the various jelly- and starfishes, visit her website here. And find more nature inspired art in the wonderful blog "Dearest Nature"
All photos: Saruyi’s World: Urban aquarium / Mixed media fiber


10 comments:

  1. I wish to be underwater with those divine creatures, too;)

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  2. oh wow! sehr beeindruckend!!! es gibt menschen, die einfach begabt sind. sehr toller blog! und bin dein neuer stalker!!! ;-))))

    http://profdrskinnybitch.blogspot.de/

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  3. I want to be underwater..this is so dreamy :)))

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  4. Wowwwwww...beautiful....love and a happy week....Ria....xxx.

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  5. Martina! You are incredibly creative. Thanks for sharing your talents.

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  6. Wow! That is so creative!! I will surely check out her blog out for more, thanks for the nudge!
    Have a wonderful week Martina :)

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  7. Good morning precious Martina!!!! Isn't this just a fabulous art? I am always intrigued what an artist can come up with using unimaginable materials! Oooo, that starfish and those coral...what beauty!

    Hugs to you my dear friend; the east coast of our country is experiencing such terrible weather that the power is off in many cities and states. Thinking of YOU and thankful for your friendship. Anita

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  8. Thank you for the introduction to Sayuri's art Martina, I like her whimsical creation very much, what a talented lady! Hope you have a wonderful week,cheers, Monika.....

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  9. Thanks Martina, I felt like a sirène!!!
    I wish you a happy day,

    elena

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  10. I love it! Thank you Martina:))

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