Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Amazing mt installation!

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I went back to the mt expo 2011 this morning to take some photos of this amazing installation in natural daylight.

It's incredible no?

xoxo




19 comments:

  1. Oh it's definitely incredible... it's truly amazing... how did they do that? and all made of MT? wow!

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  2. They covered little lanterns! So lovely isn't it!
    xoxo

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  3. It's really nice, also the atmosphere.

    I had to think about Yayoi Kusama a little in the first seconds I saw the pictures,

    I wish you a nice day,
    xxx

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  4. Incredible. Just a dream to make this sort of installation. (A big stock of MT!!!)

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  5. Amazing! Were they selling the kamifusen (paper balloons)?

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  6. It's incredible ---> Yes!

    The photos are amazing - I bet it was even a better experience seeing these first hand.

    Wish I was there! :3

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  7. Wow, this is so pretty! Thanks for sharing it.

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  8. That looks amazing, love the beautiful light in that space as well!

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  9. Love everything here!

    Found this blog through another one of my favorites, Bleubird Vintage
    http://bleubirdvintage.typepad.com/blog/links.html

    Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. You could make a miniature version to hang in your home.

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  11. oh, soo beautiful <3 are those puf balls? i have a lil collection of 10.. wish i could go there. hehe

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  12. Dazzling indeed.
    So this was what was inside the mt expo house! The taped house made me curious what was inside.
    Do these lanterns light up? They remind me of those paper balloons in Japan.

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  13. wow! so wonderful! thanks for sharing!

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  14. Oh my, this is awesome. I think the child in me would want to run through it though.

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  15. A washi wonderland! This would work wonderfully (albeit on a much smaller scale!) for a birthday party.

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