Asanoha, an “Ode to Japan”
Not unusually, throughout time we get accustomed to symbols, glyphs and patterns so easily to the point of shamelessly ignoring their origin. Our society’s immediacy can become an almost unbeatable murderer to history and beautifully crafted stories. This simple text is a small pièce de résistance. ( Read more @ LittleLion Studio)
Photo credits: Leonardo Cortes.
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