Naomi Okubo explores people’s relationships with fashion and their appearance, when concerns for real necessities like housing and food are absent. We appreciate the detailed, colorful renderings of the patterns of the clothing and interiors she depicts. In this week’s CMYLK, we match Colourlovers palettes with three works by the Japanese-based artist.
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An eye-catching lighting installation made out of cardboard that references a flock of flying birds.