Oshibe mean “stamen” in Japanese, and was what inspired Tomomi Sayuda to create this nest/music box/lamp/creative plaything. Also inspired by eggs, plants, light, and the moon, Sayuda created an interactive sculpture for both children and adults. When you place the eggs on the stamens, the eggs light up and music is played. Each stamen plays a different sound, and the sounds change according to the number and position of the eggs.