The never blinking mono eye

Shrine of the Five Eyes

The Shrine of the Five eyes contains the eyes of the eagle, the butterfly, and the never blinking mono eye. The eagle sees the world from soaring above it and zooming down to examine the smallest of prey. The butterfly flutters through the world at close range. She is a deliverer of love and fertility as she moves from flower to flower exchanging pollen as gifts. The unblinking mono eye looks at the world from one vantage point. It transmits its vision through electric optic nerves. It never eats. It only warns of danger.

The Shrine of the Five eyes chứa đôi mắt của con đại bàng, con bướm và đôi mắt không bao giờ nhấp nháy. Con đại bàng nhìn thế giới bay lên trên nó và phóng to xuống để kiểm tra con mồi nhỏ nhất. Con bướm lướt qua thế giới ở cự li gần. Cô là người giao hàng của tình yêu và khả năng sinh sản khi cô chuyển từ hoa sang hoa trao đổi phấn hoa làm quà tặng. Đôi mắt mono không chớp mắt nhìn vào thế giới từ một điểm thuận lợi. Nó truyền tầm nhìn của nó thông qua các dây thần kinh thị giác điện. Nó không bao giờ ăn. Nó chỉ cảnh báo nguy hiểm.

Three Faces

There is a Japanese proverb that regards to a person’s identity. That saying goes like this, humans have three faces, which means that the first face is what you show to strangers that you come across. The second face is what you show to those you love such as your close family and friends. The third face is what you show only to yourself. This is the truest representation of you. The crystal statue of the woman also has three faces. The woman’s face in the left is what she shows to other people. This side of her is physically peeking outside of the crystal, and this can be interpreted as a facade that she has when she meets other people. When you meet people, strangers or acquaintance, you try to make the...

City Boy

The city is crowded with not only people but also noises and distractions that fills the air. However, those who grow up in those type of environment can appreciate the chaotic noises as if it is music to their ears. Within the various pictures that hang around the boy, may seem like a disorganized mess, but are an actual subtle representation that is associated with the concept of the urban lifestyle. The picture of the building reminds you of the skyscrapers that consume the majority of the city. The car that can be seen hanging behind the boy, is to illustrate the fast-pace and busy lives in the urban areas. It common to see a large number of cars because of the need to always be or go somewhere. It is...

The Faded Statue of a Woman: Inevitable Changes that Happens to Everyone

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The Quiet Child: An Unspoken Voice of a Child

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Life is like a Bike

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Shrine of the Four Eyes

This shrine honors not only the all knowing concept of the "third eye", but also the concept of eyes on the back of my head. Surveillance cameras gives us knowledge. It centers us in place surrounded by the knowledge of inside and outside of our world. The glass swirls remind us that our sense of identity is circular. We swirl in the ego trying to center ourselves. We exist with both an internal identity and an external Identity.

Bottles of Emotions

Bottles and Haircuts Closeup Beauty inside the vessels The shrine of the kitties A barbershop is a common place where people are able to have conversations and an opportunity to build connections. Words spoken between a barber and their clients are not only to discuss the desired haircut, but also to talk about themselves. The time in which a person gets their haircut, a conversation is most likely to spark in order to get rid of the silence. The barber is not only concentrated on cutting their clients’ hair but also the stories and problems that pours out of the client’s mouth. This workplace becomes a safe setting that makes it easier for a barber to hear their clients speak about their memories, their worries, and...

Shrine of the Flower Boy and the Chinese Vase

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