Motoi Yamamoto is an internationally renowned artist who calls his native Japan home. Motoi is known for working with salt, often in the form of temporary, intricate, large-scale installations. Salt, a traditional symbol for purification and mourning in Japanese culture, is used in funeral rituals and by sumo wrestlers before matches.
Motoi Yamamoto's incredible work with salt!
brilliant ad campaign by Jung Von Matt
Photographs taken by German photography artist Michael Wesely. What’s remarkable about these shots is the length of exposure used to produce them – many of the shots were set to expose for over 3 years – substantially longer than the second longest exposure done by Justin Quinnell for 6 months using a jury-rigged pin hole pop-can rig.
year long exposures of potsdamer platz by the amazing Michael Wesely
"Yoda" from the Star Wars Identities exhibition -- fear is the path to the dark side