Finding beauty in the incomplete
Art is a huge source of inspiration for Masahiro Maruyama. The concept is “unfinished art ––finding beauty in the incomplete”. Whereas classical frame designs are symmetrical and beautifully completed, Masahiro’s asymmetric frames are “unfinished”, creating evocative, eccentric designs. Like having a piece of art, Masahiromaruyama frames are not just for daily use or a fashion statement, but as well as for their own sake.
Kintsugi, whose method makes broken pottery beautifully reborn, is portrayed in the design.
Lines made by Kintsugi bring new space to the frames. Kintsugi also expresses the spirits of Wabi Sabi, its external beauty of Wabi Sabi, and the spirits of finding beauty.
Frame material: Acetate
Temple material: Acetate
Lens width: 43mm
Nose bridge width: 26mm
Temple width: 145mm
Handmade in Japan (Sabae City in Fukui)
Attachment: Case and cleaning cloth