Japanese artist Miho Fujita crafts delicate crochet jewelry inspired by natural wonders. Each accessory presents Fujita’s interest in nature-based creation and her penchant for reimagining plants as wearable works of art.
Ranging from elegant drop earrings to bold brooches, Fujita creates a wide array of one-of-a-kind statement pieces. Similarly, she finds inspiration in the outdoors, and works predominantly with nature-inspired designs. Her muses include ample organic objects, like fragile leaves, clustered sprouts, bunches of mushrooms, and sprigs of berries. Each piece is either left untouched or is colored with natural dyes made from plants. This use of natural dyes results in a collection of beautiful pale pigments and further emphasizes Fujita’s innate interest in the organic.
Fujita presents her enchanting accessories on her Instagram. Here, you’ll also find posts detailing her unique approach to the craft and her nature-inspired processes, from drawing her designs to eventually dying them. Additionally, if you’d like to get your hands (or your earlobes) on one of her creations, you can purchase a range of delightful crochet jewelry through her shop.
Artist Miho Fujita creates crochet jewelry rooted in nature.
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All images via Miho Fujita.
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