A new week begins my dear friends from the world and I thought about sharing with you this beautiful detail of the Ferris Wheel I presented yesterday.
This beautiful Pop-up design was created by Hiroko, a designer that has dedicated her life to the design and creation of this lovely and delicate pieces of art.
When I look at this photo I imagine Hiroko thinking what to design, taking a pencil and doing sketches of different shapes, drawing endlessly and thinking about how to make them real, how to make them Pop-up from the soft texture of the paper. From one moment to the other Hiroko takes the pencil and starts drawing the final shape, she is enjoying every stroke and feels happy after drawing, she takes a utility knife and starts to cut the shapes with patience, being delicate and tender to the paper.
The result after many hours of passionate work is a beautiful piece of art; a container of patience, delicacy, love, passion, tenderness, creativity and emotions.
I believe that the key to produce beautiful works is to feel passion for what you do, have passion for details, input your feelings to the work and try to share them with others. Always take a deep breath and smile, start working with a positive attitude, be delicate and develop a passion for details.
Begin this week being as passionate as the lover who holds a pen, takes a deep breath and looks at the white surface of a soft paper, admiring its beauty, not knowing how to begin sharing the thoughts and touching the white field with the hope of transmitting all the feelings within a single and tender contact, but soon discovering the path to the magical world where ideas and emotions turn into shapes, shapes that become words immortalized with the fluid movement of the hand and the flow of ink through a white and finite landscape that can hold a infinite universe of memories.
Shibuya. October 28th, 2007
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