When you fall in love, you want so badly to reach those milestones—the first kiss and all that. But there is something to be said for letting love linger in its stages—savoring each little season until it changes of its own accord. They call it falling in love, but if you can learn to control the descent, it’s more like flying.
Sculptures by Yoshimasa Tsuchiya
Japanese artist Yoshimasa Tsuchiya makes the most whimsical sculptures. Wooden foals, unicorns, mermaids - soft, delicate and detailed - look almost like porcelain. These beautiful creatures warm the heart and fire the imagination.
"In Japan, most of traditional buildings and sculptures are made of wood. Wood is a material which breath. It has own age, own viability. I studied these kind of traditional techniques in a graduate school of operative dentistry of cultural assets. I receive some inspirations from an old tale, a myth, a legend and my dream. The figure of my animals is a materialization of human hope, mind and heart."