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Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!
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Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!
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Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!
Zoom Info
instagram:

Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!
Zoom Info
instagram:

Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!
Zoom Info
instagram:

Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!
Zoom Info
instagram:

Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!
Zoom Info

instagram:

Tradition meets Technology at the 2014 Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium

For more photos and videos from the exhibition, explore the COREDO室町 (Coredo Muromachi) and アートアクアリウム2014 (Art Aquarium 2014) location pages and browse the #アートアクアリウム (art aquarium) hashtag.

The Eco Edo Nihonbashi Art Aquarium 2014 opened last Friday at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall in Tokyo, Japan. This exhibition features 17 fish tank installations designed by “art aquarist” Hidetomo Kimura, whose work brings more than 5,000 goldfish on display in 70 aquariums.

These extraordinary aquatic installations are decked with LED lights, projection mapping, music and even scents. While the technology involved is quite advanced, the aquarium designs are inspired by Japan’s Edo Period (1603–1868) and incorporate traditional motifs such as classic glass fish bowls, folding screens and lanterns.

Hidetomo’s works will be on view at the Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall until September 23, 2014.

Holy jesus, this is beautiful!!

Rewinding time doesn’t work, so why bother thinking of what could’ve been?
Jusy keep looking forward, and don’t cry over spilled milk.
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Pic related. 
#sketch

Rewinding time doesn’t work, so why bother thinking of what could’ve been?
Jusy keep looking forward, and don’t cry over spilled milk.
`
Pic related.
#sketch

Al night long

I spent the beginning of tonight priding myself that I’ve won the breakup, that I was so great for caring less.
Fuck yeah, am I awesome or what?
Can’t sleep, don’t care. I’m awesome.
Soent the whole night binge-watching “Superjail” and “Rick & Morty”. Fuck, almost woke up my mom from laughing.
Then I got to episode 8 of “Rick & Morty”.
It was the episode where Rick had jigged up the cable box and the whole family could watch shows from every conceivable dimension possible.
Then came the parallel dimensions on TV where Jerry, the fucking numbskull, ends up snorting coke and fucking Kristen Stewart because he’s so famous.
Whatever, Jerry. Nobody likes you, anyways.
And guess what? In another dimension, Summer, Jerry’s wife, is rich beyond compare, and lives her dream she abandoned when she married Jerry.
Then there was Summer, the first kid. She didn’t have any exciting parallel “her”. The only other dimension she could find herself in, she was playing Yatzee.
By the end of the episode, the two parents were so close to divorce, they just completely shut down.
Jerry was watching TV with Rick and Morty, and they started watching alternate, famous Jerry having a mental breakdown, naked, half, bald, and racing somewhere in a go-kart.
Obviously, this caught their attention. What the fuck is going on?
Sarah, the wife, was watching her alternate self through special sci-fi glssses in another room. Same dimension, where the famous version of her husband was.
Famous Jerry finally stopped his go-kart and ran to this house, knocked the door, and waited.
Through Sarah’s sci-fi glasses, she heard a knock at the door. She opened it, and there was Jerry, naked, with a needle in his chest, half-bald, and distressed. He said something like this.
“Sarah, I don’t care about Johnny Depp, the coke, Kristen Stewart, or the fame. I’ve been in love with you since High school and i’ve always wondered what it would’ve been like if things were different!”
At that point, everyone watching was awed.
Alternate Sarah gave her Jerry an embrace on the TV, and our Sarah gave her Jerry a moving kiss.

This episode made me fucking ball like a baby.
What could’ve been?
It left me with that.
I’m done feeling good about leaving such a loving person. I’m just lonely, in bed, and crying about what never happened.
Not sure if Rick & Morty was supposed to make me sad.

I would like to dedicate this small tumblr post for the new pride stickers on Facebook’s messenger. 
For anyone who doesn’t know who this hot mama is, her name is Jenna Talackova, and you can do your own research into how she’s related to the pride community.
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I would like to dedicate this small tumblr post for the new pride stickers on Facebook’s messenger. 
For anyone who doesn’t know who this hot mama is, her name is Jenna Talackova, and you can do your own research into how she’s related to the pride community.
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I would like to dedicate this small tumblr post for the new pride stickers on Facebook’s messenger.
For anyone who doesn’t know who this hot mama is, her name is Jenna Talackova, and you can do your own research into how she’s related to the pride community.

You made me feel like I could conquer anything, and destroy it.
Then you said it didn’t matter if I could;
It matters if I did.

I know what I know, until I don’t.
I feel what I feel, unless I won’t.
I act how I act, before I can’t.

I’m sorry, but I am what I am.
I can’t change overnight, even if it’s a better sight.