Japanese crafter Yoshitoshi Kanemaki – featured previously – has an incredible talent when it comes to wood. He intricately chisels and carves miniature sculptures of women, often with glitch effects as though he’s capturing them in a whirlwind of movement. As though he has taken a photograph that has failed to get that one portrait of a perfectly still face.
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