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Flight of the Seagulls: An Elegant Kids Mobile

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Flight of the Seagulls: An Elegant Kids Mobile

August 21, 2012

Earlier this week we posted on Cocon designer Masami Akatsuka. Her most covetable creation? The hand-stitched Kamomé (or seagull) mobile made from felted wool.

The mobile is available with either two seagulls (5.5-inch small and 7-inch medium) or three (two small and one medium) and in gray or striped fabric.

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Above: A detail of Akatsuka's hand stitching.

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Above: A Two Seagull Kamomé Mobile (€82) flanked by two Three-Seagull Mobiles (€120) from Cocon.

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Above: The seagulls' wings in gray or blue striped fabric.

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