French duo Zim & Zuo created a beautiful series of parrots made from Hermès leather off-cuts for a show in Hong Kong by designer Hilton McConnico
We're a bit late on this as the show was a few months ago but wanted to post them just because they are wonderful. The parrots were handcrafted using leftover leather from the Hermès workshops
Zim & Zuo are Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, whose studio is based in Nancy. See more of their beautiful work here.
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Oh, such a beautiful work!
Zim & Zou are very cool!
Been a big fan for a while.
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