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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Nagi Noda - Hair Hats


The late talented Japanese pop artist Nagi Noda created these bizarre animal hats from human hair. Nagi died at the age of 35 after surgical complications from injuries sustained in a traffic accident.











The late Nagi Noda

14 comments:

Manic Mother said...

This may easily be the scariest/oddest thing you have ever posted! I love it though!

Amanda said...

Well, im sorry shes gone... but wow. Those are WEIRD. I dont know if I love em or hate em!

Blessings-
Amanda

G-Zell said...

OMG these are the freakiest things I have ever seen Oh my word where do you find this stuff LOL....

That gave me the heebie geebies.. LOL

Pineapple Princess said...

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Rockin' blog! :)

Alicia said...

Wow! Never seen anything like that!!

And she died so young. So sad!

Pineapple Princess said...

Thank you for the sweetest note. I was feeling glum, and you totally made my night!

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

That gave me the creeps! There is just something about that that doesn't give me the warm fuzzies. Sad that she died so young though.

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sheila said...

That's the weirdest and possibly the worst thing I've ever seen anyone wearing on their head, lol. Oh my gosh. *shudder*

The Holmes Crew said...

Okay, now this is freaky...but I keep coming back for more of your outrageous posts!

Lin said...

That's a yeah/no for me. I don't like them, they are kinda weird. Sorry she died so young though--that was very sad.

blueviolet said...

Those are just too eerie!

Once A Mother said...

a little too weird for me to wear, but i do appreciate her talent

Alice & Peter Punk said...

Thank you for posting about Nagi Noda. I discovered her work 2 years and a half before. I like what she did, very much. She had a child mind, like a lot of Japanese creators, able to free herself, her imagination enough, to photograph crazy things.
I posted a few days before you a post about Nagi Noda also. Not only focusing on the hair hats. I hope you'd like it.
http://aliceetpeterpunk.blogspot.com/2010/01/nagi-noda-tokyo-artist-laforet.html

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