Manabu Yamanaka.

February 14, 2011 § 3 Comments

beautiful
buddhist interpretation of age, death, and deformity.
i’ll be posting more from other series, but for now, on age:


but oh yes, you’re right,
when i’m of such a delicate age
i’ll mostly be worrried about how my tattoos look.
and crying for how much you’ve lost by thinking of bodies and life that way.

from the Gyahtei series.

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§ 3 Responses to Manabu Yamanaka.

  • […] I previously posted Yamanaka’s Gyahtei series here, promising to share more later on. I’m now making good on that promise. Below I’ve […]

  • Psilomelane says:

    Thanks for posting these photos; I’d never heard of Yamanaka before today, and now your blog has lead me to his website for further viewing.

  • […] beautiful buddhist interpretation of age, death, and deformity. i'll be posting more from other series, but for now, on age: but oh yes, you're right, when i'm of such a delicate age i'll mostly be worrried about how my tattoos look. and crying for how much you've lost by thinking of bodies and life that way. from the Gyahtei series. … Read More […]

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