Watch an artistic process to give you pause...

So I was pondering what to blog about today…my dilemma is like being at the pastry shop with a dozen tempting pastries, too many to make a decision, frozen in response from too many choices.

But then I found this, quite by accident. Bingo.

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The artist is Hokuto Konishi. There are two videos, one about the process and one of the final product. They demonstrate, among other things, the utter determination to see a vision through to the end.

Enjoy the first video, be amazed at the second. They should be appreciated as a pair.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4bFu-VIuc3E

https://www.youtube.com/user/hokutokonishi/featured

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Yeah, that was 4000+. Whoa., Nellie.

“As tedious and painful as (this process) was, contributing something to the world that you’ve never seen or experienced..the adrenaline rush you get from that I think there’s nothing that beats that....It really doesn’t matter the path is to get to that point.”   Hokuto Konishi

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OTHER TENACIOUS ARTISTS

… from the blog archives.

Jerry’s Map

…He started drawing and painting little imaginary maps in 1963 and has never stopped, building entire worlds into three generations…

…He started drawing and painting little imaginary maps in 1963 and has never stopped, building entire worlds into three generations…

Every day for six years, this photographer created a miniature setting, enjoying his own fascination with all things tiny…

Every day for six years, this photographer created a miniature setting, enjoying his own fascination with all things tiny…








From the Daily Amazing archive: Artists who also create magic with paper:

cardboard sculptures

beautiful intricate paper sculptures