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The three legged crow called the 삼족오 (samjoko). It was revered as a spirit that was even more powerful (and ‘regal’, seeing as it had ties to the kings) than dragons 용 and phoenixes 봉황. It was thought to live on the sun, so it has solar associations and is connected to the God of the Sun, Haenim 해님.

Yatagarasu (Three legged crow)Yatagarasu apparently have no description of having three legs in the first instance it appears in Japanese my.

Austrian photographer Baron Raimund von Stillfried-Rathenitz (1839-1911), although now relatively obscure throughout the world, did indeed have a profound impact on Japan and its interpretation of photography. He is known for his expressive hand-tinted portraits of men and women at their daily routine, his successful studio in Yokohama, and the mentoring of several young Japanese photographers who, in turn, went on to fame and critical success.

Old Japan // Austrian Photographer Baron Raimund von Stillfried-Rathenitz

Gonkar Gyatso (born Lhasa, 1961). Dissected Buddha, 2013. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Promised Gift of Margaret Scott and David Teplitzky (SL.4.2014.5.1) | Following in the long Buddhist tradition, the Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso offers a new interpretation of the Buddha’s enlightenment. Here, myriad images drawn from commercial culture draw us seductively in and obscure the Buddha’s form. #Buddhism

Gonkar Gyatso (born Lhasa, Dissected Buddha, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Promised Gift of Margaret Scott and David Teplitzky

Cameroonian artist and Japanese designer collab for stunning Kimono line | AFROPUNK

Cameroonian artist and Japanese designer collab for stunning Kimono line | AFROPUNK

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