Ever wondered what happens to the unsold bread at your local bakery? For Japanese baker, Yukiko Morita, she turns them into aesthetic lamps that make for excellent decorative items for your house. In a viral video that is trending on the internet, Yukiko Morita shows how she skillfully makes usable artsy lights and functional lamps from discarded loaves from her bakery. Yes, you 'bread' that right. Her lamps garnered a large fan following and appreciation to the extent that she began her own lamp label called Pampshade. She sells self-crafted lamps and lights from her online store that can be used to decorate any corner of your house with illuminated loaves of bread, that don't attract mould on it.
She makes every lamp skillfully by hand working on it. Every lamp is unique, special, and the fruit of her meticulous hard work. On her Instagram handle, one can find numerous videos of her crafting beautiful lamps, chandeliers, and home decor articles from discarded loaves. After her success with Pampshade, she went on to create more aesthetically pleasing creative pieces like sling bags too using unsolved croissants.
We have often heard about making useful articles from trash and recycling goods for further usage but Yukika gives it a whole new meaning. When creativity runs wild, anything can become a piece of art like bread for this creative Japanese woman.
We are totally in awe of her creativity and aesthetic sense.Comments