Return To The Sea: Saltworks

Submitted by: ledzeppeloyd 4 years ago in Entertainment

Bad-ass art, made with grains of salt by Motoi Yamamoto, each one takes up to 7 hours to make.
There are 11 comments:
Male 4,431
I think the overall effect is beautiful! Sure, lots new world wonkyness in its application, but, the style and overall effect was really cool, IMHO. :-)
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Male 38,465

This is the stupidest "art" ever.
Or am I making art every time I spill something on the floor.
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Male 1,745
pajogu that`s not funny. miasmaat ignore that douche.
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Male 916
bah. salt, my eyeball... he`s just setting up for a party at steven tyler`s house.
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Male 113
"Don`t like it.
Also... he`s tipping this salt into the sea afterward?! Isn`t that a massive waste of money and time? It was mined purely for human consumption. It may not have even come from the sea originally - in which case you`re just making the sea saltier. It is an inconvenient art form and feels selfish and wasteful to me" @miasmaat I hope your joking, if not you are fuucking retarded, in both cases do the word a favor and buy a rope.
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Male 14,827
So this is how Japanese practice eternal abstinence
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Male 1,060
8 min too long.
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Female 298
Don`t like it.
Also... he`s tipping this salt into the sea afterward?! Isn`t that a massive waste of money and time? It was mined purely for human consumption. It may not have even come from the sea originally - in which case you`re just making the sea saltier. It is an inconvenient art form and feels selfish and wasteful to me.
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Male 450
Whether this is art is questionable. Just because it takes time doesn`t make it innovative or exceptional.
But to each his own I guess.
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Male 2,790
i don`t get it
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Male 2,384
Link: Return To The Sea: Saltworks [Rate Link] - Bad-ass art, made with grains of salt by Motoi Yamamoto, each one takes up to 7 hours to make.
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