Tags: book art, book carvings, Misunderstanding Focus, nerhol, Ryuta Iida
Ryuta Iida graduated from Nihon University, Japan last 2004. This young Japanese artist recently conceived a brilliant way to illustrate our inability to stay still. Most well known for his meticulous book carvings, he took multiple time-lapse photographs of a model trying to remain still, cut them into onion-like layers and put them together. You might be able to understand why the models moved so much when you realize that the lapse between each shot is three minutes.
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