Posts Tagged ‘Yayoi Kusama’

Kyushu to Shikoku, by way of the Rabbit Island off the coast of Hiroshima. Also featuring Cat Island in Ehime!

If for any reason you can’t see it on YouTube, the video is also available on Vimeo.

(Filmed on a Nikon D800, using a 50mm f1.4 and a 14-24mm f2.8.)

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A suite of rooms at the Takaraso Hotel in Matsuyama, transformed into the world of Yayoi Kusama.

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The plan had been to drive up to Miyazaki on the east coast but, as we set out on the road that morning and the skies became increasingly dismal and torrential, we decided it might be an idea to stay slightly closer to home rather than suffer an 8-hour round trip to stand outside in the rain.

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Following on from last time, we were back in the studio with Gillian Turner for some rampant masochism.

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My one condition to myself on getting tattoos was that any image I’d have engraved permanently on my body had to represent a significant milestone in my personal history. The difficulty, however, was never in thinking of historic life markers to commemorate, but rather in choosing a single image which encapsulated that period in my mind (and, equally pertinently, which I’d be happy wearing on my skin for the rest of my life).

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