Artist duo Zim & Zou created the multi-colored bird using leftover scraps from the fashion house's workshops.

This colorful ‘Leather Parrot' was made using offcuts from Hermès workshops. It was created by artists and designers Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, who teamed up to form Zim & Zou, a French studio based in Nancy.

The parrot, made up of multi-colored leftover scraps, shows off the various colors of Hermès. The detailing of the leather lends itself well to creating a feathered effect.

According to Trendland, the piece was specially made for a Hermès exhibition  arranged by designer Hilton McConnico and it was presented at the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station in Singapore.

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