Yuki Matsueda is a Japanese artist who graduated with a Ph.D. in Design from the Tokyo University of the Arts. Most of Yuki's work seems to take movement as inspiration. He creates 3D pieces with common household items and everyday objects we may take for granted, and then these items are encapsulated in what looks like stretched glass. I love how the projecting item stretches the clear substance, frozen in time as if it is trying to escape. Yuki's website has many more examples of his work, but I have listed my favorites below. Enjoy.