Multidisciplinary artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann is inspired by the way light refects her medium, which in this case is light and airy organza. This ethereal jellyfish aquarium, titled Underwater Flight, is displayed at Portland International Airport. Sayuri likes to find displaced items in unusual spaces and has been placing these urban aquariums all over Portland since 2009.
amazing work of are!!! the detail and the colors are amazing too!!
Really beautiful !!
I loved the pictures <3
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It looks so real!!
This is hypnotizing! I love it 🙂
Exquisite. Just exquisite.
wow… so gorgeous xx
Gorgeous pics! I got stung by one once but I still love to look at them! 🙂
Love them! Hope they move like the real jellies. One of my favorite things at aquariums. So graceful and hypnotic.
Oh wow, just stunning!!! So beautiful & serene– lovely
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Wow so beautiful! Can’t take my eyes off!
This is beyond incredible.
This is beautiful! It would be a great shopping window 😉
Stunning pics <3
great post and awesome idea! must have been a lot of work, unbelieveable! butnitnwas definitely worth it 🙂 this post reminds me of the post of you the other day.
Stunning pics. I also want to go under water to see these beauty.
Totally sharing this on my facebook!
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I love watching jellyfish in aquariums. This is a great installation, especially in an airport!
I like the jelly fish, only watching them of course, but I find it a bit too magical, these pastel colors. They are magical creatures. But there is something dark about them and their magical nature if you ask me.
Still love the idea, to place art in unseen places.
AMAZINIG! I’m simply amazed at the transformation of fabric into this work of art! I would love to see this in person, it looks really cool!
Whoa this is amazing
The colours are perfect!
This is extremely beautiful.
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OMG this is one of the most enthralling things I have seen in a long time! love it!
Wow, this is beautiful! I wish I could see it in person.
I could stare at these all day.
The Sea… always a source of inspiration.