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"If we're in each other's dreams, we can play together all night"  - B. Waterson............art by Kazuaki Horitomo Kitamura

"If we're in each other's dreams, we can play together all night" - B. Waterson............art by Kazuaki Horitomo Kitamura

Encore plus de nouveaux Dioramas de Tatsuya Tanaka (7)

Encore plus de nouveaux Dioramas de Tatsuya Tanaka

Ichi-go, ichi-e, roughly meaning “one life, one encounter”, a Japanese term describing the significance of appreciating every single experience as a unique, singular event. | wawaza #Ichigo_Ichie #NeverASecondChance

Ichi-go, ichi-e, roughly meaning “one life, one encounter”, a Japanese term describing the significance of appreciating every single experience as a unique, singular event. | wawaza #Ichigo_Ichie #NeverASecondChance

by Makoto Aida - This is how my pigtails were supposed to look like = straight as a road :0)

by Makoto Aida - This is how my pigtails were supposed to look like = straight as a road :0)

"An artistic collection of 50 drawings featuring unique, funny, and poignant foreign words that have no direct translation into English.  Did you know that the Japanese have a word to express the way sunlight filters through the leaves of trees? Or that there's a Swedish word to describe the reflection of the moon across the water? The nuanced beauty of language is even more interesting and relevant in our highly communicative, globalized modern world. Lost in Translation brings this wonder…

"An artistic collection of 50 drawings featuring unique, funny, and poignant foreign words that have no direct translation into English. Did you know that the Japanese have a word to express the way sunlight filters through the leaves of trees? Or that there's a Swedish word to describe the reflection of the moon across the water? The nuanced beauty of language is even more interesting and relevant in our highly communicative, globalized modern world. Lost in Translation brings this wonder…

Akie Nakata never alters the natural shape of the stone during her process--she simply allows the stone itself to inspire what she will paint.

Akie Nakata never alters the natural shape of the stone during her process--she simply allows the stone itself to inspire what she will paint.

People Are Uncomfortable After Looking At This Japanese Artist's Intricate Food Carving

People Are Feeling Queasy After Looking At This Japanese Artist's Intricate Food Carving

People Are Uncomfortable After Looking At This Japanese Artist's Intricate Food Carving

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