25 Mar '15, 5pm

Kiyoshi Mino's startlingly realistic felt sculptures blow taxidermy away:

Before Kiyoshi and Emma founded Lucky Duck Farm they had careers in international development and library preservation. The couple was drawn to farming, and to sculpturing in wool, because it allowed them to work more with their hands. Operating their business locally, the couple sells meat, eggs and veggies at farmers markets in Chicago. The launch of the sculpture collection at ODLCO is similar in that it is another local partnership with a business that shares Kiyoshi’s interest in small scale production.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/kiyoshi-minos-amazing-felt-sculpture...

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