It has a great tranquil, soft beauty. I love the simple black & white color scheme. I especially love how the only thing black are the tree branches,so with the white fill of the A & the white background, it's creating great negative space.
Hirotoshi Itoh aka Jiyuseki He utilizes stones found in a river bank near his home, to create sculptures that juxtapose the original shape and hardness of the material with surprising humor and texture.
Official Post from Kuvshinov Ilya: Little study from photo in Japanese lifestyle magazine "MORE" My awesome patrons will get: ♥ High-Res ♥ Process Steps ♥ PSD ♥ Video Process of this piece at this week's rewards! Thank you for your continuous support!
Kintsugi, the Japanese art of fixing broken ceramics with a lacquer resin made to look like solid gold, adds a new level of complexity to the vessels that it mends. An exhibit at the Freer Gallery of Art in Washington features a Japanese tea bowl made of