Stephanie Inagaki

For ages, humans have used myths and folklore to express human stories and create space for the unknown through fantastical and surreal lenses. My body of work is inspired by the fairytales and folklore of my Japanese heritage. Additionally, with the use of anthropomorphic creatures like foxes, crows, snakes, and black cats, the personal narrative is a means to connect with the world at large. Through the use of these ethereal protagonists, I explore the cyclical nature of life and death, the masks we wear for ourselves and others, and the ways love and loss inspire our own transformations.

~Old World Amalgamation Architect of Miyu Decay Jewelry~


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