These art works are pieces about the love story of Amor and Psyche in the Globe de Marie.
The mythological characters name “Amor” means in Greek, and “Psyche” means .
The Globe de Marie is an object for a bride made in around the 1800s as a wedding gift.
The future of Amor and Psyche is suggested by this object filled with symbols of happiness.
One day, Amor saw a ray of light on a road overgrown with chameleon plants.
His eyes were glued to Psyche, despite knowing that love was a forbidden commandment in that land.
They promised not to look at each other's faces, and they deepened their relationship by conversing in the dark.
The two, who are of different races, eventually began to see a small glimmer of hope.
Adore, which means "deeply respectful", is the art unit of Eimi Suzuki and MIOMORI.
They create taxidermy and metal objects on the theme of prayer of rats.