Thursday, 23 Feb, 2012 Offbeat
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Japanese Artists Makes Sculptures from Tiny Watch Parts

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Natsumi Honda is a Japanese artist who so inspired by the take "The Tortoise and the Hare" that she decide to come up with so incredible complex sculptures created using recycled watch parts.

The collection of works is entitled "Time to Be Included" and it features a number of sculptures, each of which is made of thousands of small pieces of watches stuck together.

It would be interesting to note that Honda graduated from Tama Art University, and has recently presented her works at Tokyo's National Art Center in Roppongi.

[via Tokyobling]

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