Adoring Japanese Glass Art by Fusion Factory

I have been following Japanese glass art brand Fusion Factory for a few years now. My family and I are huge fans. While you might have an idea how glass factories operate and what products they create (or even have visited one), I promise you this one is unlike the others.

If you live in Jakarta, Fusion Factory’s items are available at Sunrise Art Gallery & Arcade, Fairmont Hotel. But, the much anticipated annual exhibition will be at Level 1 Plaza Senayan (in front of Gucci store) from May 5th to 14th, 2017.  They present their new collection and items in their annual exhibition.

If you love art, I strongly recommend you to visit the Fusion Factory exhibition.

Why?

  1. Fussion Factory incorporates Japanese culture to their products.

 

A Golden Samurai Helmet

 

This one depicts Mount Fuji
Sake Shot Glasses with Mount Fuji in red and blue
Japanese traditional bride and groom
  1. The Cosmoscope Collection

I am a forever admirer of their Cosmoscope Collection (you can see the full collection here).

Look at this one, it is  an impression of what a galaxy such as our own Milky Way may look like when viewed from a distance of 100,000 light years from the spot where we’re standing. It’s almost magical, isn’t it?

This one is their latest item in the Cosmoscope Collection.

  1. Fusion Factory’s Jewelry Line

Fusion Factory has one of the most exquisite jewelry lines I have ever seen. I have collected a few pieces over the years but let me show you the most favorite jewelry piece that I own. It’s a glass pendant inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night painting. I am also an admirer of Van Gogh’s artworks, so when I laid my eyes on this pendant a couple of years ago, I knew I had to have it. It’s very special for me.

Some of Fusion Factory’s jewelry pieces
  1. Shop for a good cause.

During Fusion Factory’s annual exhibition in Jakarta, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Indriya. Indriya is a non-profit organization who helps kids with special needs (asperger, hyper-active, autistic, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, etc.) since 2003. You can also purchase the artworks created by these children during the exhibition.

I can’t wait to visit their booth tomorrow and see the new collection they bring from Japan! I took the photo below last year. I’m sure this year is going to be even better.

Love,

Angelina

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