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back space forward: “ Photography by Lena Melnik. black and white portrait, women ” Portrait Photos, Foto Portrait, Female Portrait, Woman Portrait, Portrait Inspiration, Character Inspiration, Fotografie Portraits, Foto Fantasy, Face Photography


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Happy Weekend We greet you with the first Playground Series post of 2014 with a dish that bursts with colours and textures Let your eyes feast This is truly Art on a Plat. Color Composition, Plating Techniques, Plate Presentation, Gourmet Recipes, Gourmet Foods, Gourmet Desserts, Plated Desserts, Food Decoration, Edible Art

= 050 = 『絵画』 コレもぅ 「食べられるよね??」 と確認したくなる まさに"作品"です ヾ(@°▽°@)ノあはは 「出る杭」は避けられる でも 突き抜けるちゃえば♥

From Chef Hajime Yoneda Wine Recipes, Gourmet Recipes, Michelin Star Food, Best Chef, Food Decoration, Food Plating, Plating Ideas, Culinary Arts, Food Design

米田 肇Hajime Yoneda Chef シェフ | The Cuisine Press

食の力は強い。私たちはそう信じています。なぜなら、食べるという行為を前にした時、人は真剣に対象物と向き合うからです。 これが自分のカラダの中に入るんだ。自分のカラダを作るんだ。そう思ったら、人は目の前のものをないがしろすることができません。安全だろうか? 良質だろうか? どのように作られたのだろう? 何で作られているんだろう?食べることで真正面から向き合い、食べることで深く考える。食べる行為が人を次の行動へと導くのです。そう、食が未来をつくるのだと、私たちは考えています。

Tea bowl with design of pampas grass by Ogata Kenzan Chojiyamachi workshop) Japan, Edo period, Buff clay, white slip, cobalt & iron pigments under transparent glaze Pottery Bowls, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Painted Pottery, Antique Pottery, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Japanese Design, Japanese Art


Tea bowl with design of pampas grass by Ogata Kenzan (1663–1743; Chojiyamachi workshop) Japan, Edo period, 1712–31 Buff clay; white slip, cobalt and iron pigments under transparent glaze

Large image of your selected item (Chinese and Japanese woodblock prints for sale, silkscreen, scrolls, watercolor, lithographs) Japanese Drawings, Japanese Artwork, Japanese Prints, Art Geisha, Geisha Kunst, Geisha Japan, Comics Illustration, Botanical Illustration, Art Chinois

The Kimono Gallery

taishou-kun: “ Shimura Tatsumi 志村立美 (1907-1980) Kosodemaku 小袖幕 (Short sleeve kimono) - 1960s ”

Shoji_Hamada bottle Ceramic Spoons, Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Japanese Ceramics, Japanese Pottery, Clay Vase, Hand Built Pottery, Pottery Techniques

Shoji_Hamada bottle

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