The pastel-hued lighting collection, called You See a Sheep, comprises a series of amorphous pendant lights and vases inspired by phantasmagorical concepts.
Each lamp houses a light source inside its hand-crafted ceramic shell, which is suspended from the ceiling by a thin metal wire.
Nishikawa makes each lamp by mixing paper fibre with wet clay and turning them into bulbous, hollow shells using a coiling technique.
Once the clay is dry, Nishikawa cuts out the holes before applying coloured clay to the surface and firing the objects in an electric kiln.
The paper-like exterior of the lamps, paired with their rosy-hued coatings, grants them a "mysterious" yet warm glow when illuminated.
Source: Natashah Hitti