Tsjernobyl Teatime… Makiko Nakamura

Japanese ceramic artist Makiko Nakamura captures a rare poetry in her works… “100 Years After The Party” tells the story of an abandoned tea service, and how it became overgrown with flowers as time passed. Made me think of Tsjernobyl, hence the title. I’m not sure how functional these things are, but they sure are really beautiful…


About quantumphysica

My name is QuantumPhysica The Insane, but you can call me QP. I am insane, admitted to a mental hospital in Belgium, and waiting for a decent diagnosis at the moment. Once I was a physics student with goals in life and what more; now I'm simply the patient of Room 93. Ever wondered what life is like in the psychiatric ward? I'll tell you everything you ever wanted to know... I am... particularly twitchy of personality. But I also am genuinely interested in everything. There is nothing that doesn't interest me, really. Everything, from quantum computers to fashion and cars to traveling... I also give advice. On anything. No taboos whatsoever. And I make lists of things...
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1 Response to Tsjernobyl Teatime… Makiko Nakamura

  1. All My Eggs says:

    Oo so pretty!!

    I don’t think it’s supposed to be functional..just breathtakingly beautiful.

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