Foam Clouds by Kohei Nawa

All images: kzsktt36/Flickr

Japanese artist Kohei Nawa's latest art installation looks like a dishwashing experiment gone wrong. The large billows of soap suds, titled "Foam" is actually the result of weeks of Nawa's experimentations with detergent, glycerin, and water to create foam sculptures stiff enough to hold their cloud-like shapes.

Best of all, visitors are allowed to walk through the gymnasium-sized installation space, filled with ever-evolving foam shapes that, as Nawa himself said, "should feel like you're walking through clouds."

Take a look:

Via Spoon & Tamago

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