by Nagi Noda. This reminds me of the opening scene of 100 & 1 Dalmatians where the dogs look just like their owner.

One of Noda’s many skills was creating sculptures or hair hats styled out of real human hair.

Now that is a statement hairstyle lol

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hair set is the conception of Japanese designer, Nagi Noda (this guy looks like tonto...)

This photo of an exceptionally awesome hairdo was taken by Brock Davis for a piece for Esquire magazine's Grooming Spectacular: The Ramifications of a bold new haircut - in the October 2011 issue.

Hair Hats, Incredible Animal-Shaped Hair Sculptures by Nagi Noda

Hair Hats, Incredible Animal-Shaped Hair Sculptures by Nagi Noda

Artist: Nagi Noda

Weird and beautiful animal-inspired hair hats designed by Japanese art director Nagi Noda. For all the years you made fun of my girls lion hair :-)

Hair Hats, Incredible Animal-Shaped Hair Sculptures by Nagi Noda

Hair Hats, Incredible Animal-Shaped Hair Sculptures by Nagi Noda

I love this rhino hair creation. This piece could be used to do a photoshoot raising awareness about the poaching industry (as could the elephant) and the plight of the rhino's. This would definitely be something I would consider doing.

These bizarre looking hair set is the creation of Japanese weird art director Nagi Noda who previously created the poodle exercise video. Her website calls theses ‘hair hats’ which are styled into the form of various kind of animals such as a lion, rabbit, elephant, rhino and many others using hand crafted hair weaves that are made using a mold or mesh of wire.

Hair Hats is a photo series showing off animal shapes sculpted out of hair. Not to be confused with Hair Hats, those visors with Guy Fieri-esque mop attach

Put a giraffe on your head. Maybe she'll start a new trend!

I woke up to an accidental hair sculpture this morning. But nothing as cool as Nagi Noda's animal hats! They're such beautiful and bizarre creations. {Images via Design For Mankind by Nagi Noda}

Hair sculpture

This photo of an exceptionally awesome hairdo was taken by Brock Davis for a piece for Esquire magazine's Grooming Spectacular: The Ramifications of a bold new haircut - in the October 2011 issue.

Bjork in Nagi Noda

Bjork – Medulla Bjork covers are generally extremely eye-catching. Rather than straight glamour shots, her cover art generally reflects a unique style that is all her own.

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