An unbroken thread

A white board, some nails and a single unbroken black thread by Kumi Yamashita


Beauty is skin deep

“These nomadic people have no architecture or crafts with which to express their innate artistic sense. Instead, they use their bodies as canvases, painting their skin with pigments made from powdered volcanic rock and adorning themselves with materials obtained from the world around them—such as flowers, leaves, grasses, shells and animal horns.”
Publisher’s Weekly Photography by Hans Sylvester