Human creativity is beyond comprehension which has made some things useful and functional with a little twist and uniqueness to it.
Today a Facebook post that was made by a Facebook user Iren KeyKey showing accessories made like some insects or bugs according to her the bags are the help those who have a phobia of insects, and also it's a good sense of fashion for those who desire it and just imagine the attention this will attract.
I made more research on this topic and found out the person who made this bag went by the name of Amaheso an artist from Japan, and if you are wondering what this bag is made of it's made out of leather and not only that this artist also makes animal-based designs, and he also stated that in other to make this design realistic the artist teams up with researchers and nature photographers.
Some people reacted to this in an odd and in a more good way, take a look at them.
Below are photos of his designs both animal and insect-based designs.
I hope you had a fun time, and I'll see you next time.
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