TAKARA BAKO by Studio Cue x Tasya van Ree

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TAKARA BAKO by Studio Cue x Tasya van Ree

200.00

For this collaboration, two separate forces from different realms of artistry have recognized one another on a common plain. Studio Cue and Tasya van Ree have combined their individual passions for symmetry, simplicity, quality, light and darkness to manifest something into its physical form known as TAKARA BAKO ( Treasure Box ).

It has been a tradition in Japanese culture to store small treasures or jewelry passed down from ancestors, in a small box. It is a place where one could store their memories.

This TAKARA BAKO is made from Kiri ( Paulownia ), a wood traditionally used in Japan for making cases where one could store their Kimono. This was the perfect lightweight wood to preserve the quality of a garment worn mostly on special occasions, or in ceremony. The artist behind the structure, Tsugu Wada ( Studio Cue ) brought his elements of simplicity and functionality to the creation of this capsule. It was then clothed in the storytelling visual artwork of Tasya van Ree.

Only 100 exist on this Earth. Each is forever branded with the spirits of Studio Cue and Tasya van Ree, solidifying just how special each TAKARA BAKO really is.

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