Entire Shipwrecks Are Fit Into Giant Whales For This Artists Graduation Project
We don't know how they did it.
Isana Yamada is a Japanese artist that creates intricate whales by using a clear white resin. Each whale contains a miniature world.
Samsara is the title of the project. The project contains six whales in its entirety.
Each whale represents a world in Buddhist cosmology. They include: the Heavenly Realm, the Asura, the Animal Realm, Hell, the Ghost Realm, and the Human Realm.
The project is a graduation project for Yamada. Samsara is Sanskrit for the circle of life.
We discovered the story on Bored Panda here: http://www.boredpanda.com/translucent-whale-sculptures-samsara-isana-yamada/ You can check out the official website here: http://yamadaisana.strikingly.com/
Good luck Isana! We loved the project and we hope that your teachers do too!
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