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Korean artist Jee Young Lee doesn’t need water colors or acrylics or canvases and easels to create art; she simply builds it in her studio. Lee, of Seoul, South Korea transforms her small 12 x 13.5 x 8 feet (360 … Continue reading
I’d like to thank everyone for their kind comments regarding the photo of the Japanese lanterns I posted as part of last week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. That picture really takes me back to my awesome trip to Japan back … Continue reading
I’ve expressed in the past how I have long admired the work of collage artists who can put together divergent media and make them work as one cohesive piece. This interesting cut-and-paste method of art doesn’t seem to be as popular … Continue reading
There’s plenty of light at night time in Tokyo, whether it’s as simple as the lanterns above, or as big as the Shinjuku street scene below.
I really hate the terms “heartwarming” and “feel good,” as in “the heartwarming, feel good movie/story/person of the year.” But you have to have a heart made of stone not to be touched by the story of Miles Scott, the … Continue reading
Natsuo Ikegami is an artist from Osaka, Japan whose enchanting work I recently discovered. Her art, with it’s strong suggestions of surrealism channeled through a bit of soothing whimsy, express the artist’s personal state of mind and dreams which are inspired by … Continue reading
Hey! Who you calling shorty???
These days, whenever you see something you just can’t believe, you gotta ask yourself if it’s real or if it’s Photoshopped. So it’s even more astonishing when the real deal comes along. Such was the case when I first saw … Continue reading
This is for my blog pals Impybat at Impybat’s Emporium, Livvy at All Kinds Of Everything, the famous Guat at The Wish Factor, and anyone else who thinks that Madison Avenue has jumped the gun a little early with the … Continue reading