"When I put a green, it is not grass. When I put a blue, it is not the sky."

- Henri Matisse (via likeafieldmouse)

Molly Crabapple on The Great Discontent (TGD)

Paul Gauguin  - Tahitians

Gideon Rubin

Yoshitoshi Kanemaki born 1972 in Chiba Prefecture, Japan is a sculptor who chisels and morphs dual characters from blocks of life-sized camphor wood.

My sculpture questions “What is life?” “What is death?”
I know there is no clear answer, but again today I carve while asking, “Memento mori?”
I used Japanese wood carving techniques to express the western theme of “Memento mori”.

(Source: cross-connect.cc, via wim-visscher)