It is all but impossible to know what Hiroshi Sugimoto will do next. The Japanese artist built his name on photography; his meditative black-and-white images of everything from drive-in movie theaters to #Rothko-esque seascapes are well represented in museum collections including the @MetMuseum @CentrePompidou @Tate Modern and the J.Paul @GettyMuseum. Now a full four decades into his career there is architecture. At 69 years old the self-described unlicensed architect is quietly making an…
Great artwork is timeless and inspires us every day. Some art-loving folks pay homage to its beauty through museum-worthy tattoos.
#YayoiKusama has covered everything from steel pumpkins to #GeorgeClooney in polka dots. The 88-year-old Japanese artist whose work has Instagrammers flocking to exhibitions shows no signs of slowing down (click the link in our bio to read more). Photo by @EmmaSummerton; W Magazine December/January 2013. via W MAGAZINE OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM - Celebrity Fashion Haute Couture Advertising Culture Beauty Editorial Photography Magazine Covers Supermodels Runway Models
https://www.instagram.com/the_hiena/ Drawing skulls every day. Trying to find a style that is influenced by old japanese art
Old Japanese traditional houses turned into cafes art shops and restaurants. #japantravel #tokyo #architecture #tokyoarchitecture #cafe #tokyocafe