Shipwrecks And Deep Ocean Scenes Encapsulated Inside Translucent Whale Sculptures – Design You Trust

Shipwrecks And Deep Ocean Scenes Encapsulated Inside Translucent Whale Sculptures


Japanese artist Isana Yamada creates clear resin whales that contain miniature worlds. The six whale project, titled Samsara, represents the six realms in Buddhist cosmology: the Heavenly Realm, the Asura, the Animal Realm, Hell, the Ghost Realm, and the Human Realm; Samsara is Sanskrit for the cycle of death and rebirth.

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