The Unnatural History Museum by Hine Mizushima

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“The Unnatural History Museum” is a collection of cute needle felted woolen sculptures by Japanese artist/illustrator Hine [pronounced hee-neh] Mizushima.

Hine Mizushima was born and raised in Japan. She majored in Japanese traditional paintings, and worked as a designer/Illustrator in Tokyo. Then she moved to Rome, then Paris, then NY. She now lives in Vancouver, Canada with her family where she works as a slow Crafter, and Stop-motion puppet animation video artist. She has been commissioned for a number of commercial music videos, including several for They Might Be Giants. Her felt sculptures have been exhibited in galleries in NY, LA, SF and other cities.

Anatomical Female

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Red Ants

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Giant Daphnia

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Octosnake

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Ectoplasm

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Giant Amoeba

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Giant Paramecium

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See more at her Flickr Stream

Also see Kay Petal’s Needle Felted Celebrity Wool Sculptures

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