The shadows that emerge when light hits them are one of the charms of bamboo crafts, and can be seen as part of the work.While flat shadows are beautiful, the shapes that emerge from three-dimensional objects are sometimes strong and sometimes generous, changing the impression of the space.
【Screen size】, etc. are listed below.
【Screen size】4000px×2667px 【Resolution (e.g. display, dpi)】350dpi 【About the bamboo stick I use】Width 2.5㎜, Thickness 0.8㎜, Length1.5m
The shadows projected from the single woven basket are simple, unhesitating, and obedient to light. The shadows that float clearly have a strength that seems to move on its own, and they provide an opportunity to consider the relationship between light and shadow.
【Screen size】4000px×2250px【Resolution (e.g. display, dpi)】350dpi【About the Bamboo basket used】"Nawa-mutsume" （One of the bamboo weaving methods）,Lacquer painting
The basket is woven in a method called "Nawa-mutsume" and uses the bamboo stick with a minimum width of 0.8 mm.The delicate braided shadows are powerful and seem to reveal the skill that went into their completion.
【Screen size】4000px×4000px 【Resolution (e.g. display, dpi)】350dpi 【About the Bamboo basket used】"Nawa-mutsume" （One of the bamboo weaving methods）,Lacquer painting
It is the same basket as "影02". Various shadows appear depending on the direction of light.