This is one of the pictures I would like to put in a book, if I ever made a book that is. Why, you ask? Because it is one of the things that makes Japan unique. Every corner you turn there will be another vending machine. Not only just for soft drinks, but alcohol as well. Not even that- we have one for cigarettes too. Like I said, only here!!
Why do you think that is?
I did a cover of a Lady Gaga song, You and I. Was inspired by her and still am. I feel like the older and older you get the more you start to loose the child-like flair for learning. Maybe its just me. I hope to never let the light go dim, and I also hope to get more interesting covers and songs up.
My watercolor set. I used it many a time, and now it seems to all have mixed together. Its a cute little thing though, and I feel very lucky to have made the decision to buy it! I recommend to go and buy one right now.
How long would you swim before you drown? I personally wouldn’t stop because I physically know I can, however, I am wondering if that would reflect my life. I have made mistakes that I intend to never fall back into again. I am afraid of the phrase, “History repeats itself.” What semi-truths do you fear?
I had my fun with this one because it really does represent the Boat House and how much the teens and other people leave it so dirty. Pet Bottles, Cans, Banana Peels, Rabbit Food…. it seems to all be mixed together down there. Despite that though, I find that any ordinary- or disgusting thing can be beautiful if you look at it in a different light.
This is a quick sketch of one of the only places I never sat down. I got this postcard sold really quickly because it seems to be a landmark in the area. I do not actually see that many people sitting on it either. Its a funny idea that people like the idea of relaxing but never actually do.
I am currently in Nagano preparing for a street fair that I am completing postcards for.
I am looking around and trying to find things that make Nojiri special. This is one of them. For any movie night or media fest, this is how they stack the projector.