These Daydream Lights by Tomomi Sayuda expand on the idea of a paper lantern. Each light is made out of colorful Japanese hand woven paper and then arranged to represent flowers in bloom. With traditional paper lanterns the appearance and shape are influenced my stretching the paper skin over a skeletal form to create ridges. By taking the paper and cutting it into circular pieces or petals and then covering the formwork with them a unique texture is produced making the light more captivating and mesmerizing. Three different color combinations were produced and were appropriately named Sprout, Cherry, and Rainbow, which then came in a variety of different sizes, causing the exhibition to embody the fantastical qualities of a dream.