Shinichi Maruyama, Water Sculpture 2009
I am fascinated by the fragility and incompleteness that exists with all things beautiful. I throw water into the air, and in mid-flight it changes shape constantly, being pulled by gravity and bursting with surface tension. Each flight barely lasts more than a second. In each moment, the water becomes a beautiful figure which can be defined as a part man-made and part natural sculpture. I wanted to capture these beautiful impermanent water sculptures by photographing them in the exact moment, when the essence of their existence is pure.
A simple drawing from my other account on tumblr has over 10,000 reblogs. Completely blown away. Last time I checked was when it had about 6,000 reblogs. Thank you everyone.
Went to Bottega Louie! Famous place for food and fine pastry.
Fondue with friends. Apparently mom bought this new fondue platter. 美味しかった
Notecard art numero II
I’m not liking this set as much. I drew these like in October or November. Forgot about them, actually.