Wood sculptures by Yasuhiro Sakurai. Tokyo, Japan.
those are hauntingly gorgeous
These are sweet. Although I can imagine the creepiness of walking into a gallery with only floating blonde heads. Still would love to see them irl!
Also, potential for shampoo ads? That’s some thick hair!
am i the only one thinking it’s very creepy.
am i the only one thinking it’s very creepy?
Your right, there is a sense of creepiness and captivating at the same time. I like the simplistic display in the gallery, they look great. すごい。
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these are gorgeous.. he said wood
Why are they all looking at me?
These are incredible. I have such high respect for woodcarvers capable of creating something like this. There was a piece at the Seattle Art Museum that has been taken out but it was a carving of a head wrapped in fabric and it was SO GOOD. I feel bad because I totally forget the artists name but it actually looked like fabric until you got up close to it.
That’s some of the very best sculpture I’ve seen these days!
Wow, seriously remarkable work. Thanks for sharing this, even if I do feel seriously inferior after looking at these.
those are beautiful
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