Page 1 sketch of the project ‘Every Moment Is A Climax To The Story’. This part is completed, I just haven’t shown them yet.
This is the sort of thing
a fixated Asperger
can spend their time doing…
The standard expectation for a buddha statue is very simplified, un-gendered, and stylised, so this ornate detail is used for the box pillows that support the head of the statue. The shiny material behind the gold filigree work is actually dark blue glass. The statue is around 450 yrs old but has been renovated several times.
Wat Pho, Rattanakosin, Bangkok, Thailand
From the collection – ‘Siam2: Ponder’
‘Tha’ in thai means ‘pier’, and this pathway is by the side of Klong Saen Sap, just near Tha Ratchathewi, heading towards the Jim Thomson Museum. I was waiting for the ferry before traveling all the way to Bangkapi, a district in the east of Bangkok.
From the collection – ‘Siam 2: Ponder’
The Thais have an innate love of complex repeated patterns. They are found everywhere. This one is known as Prajam Yam. The Royal Pantheon at Wat Phra Kheo is used as a library to house ancient scrolls and this pattern of tiles fills the spaces between the outer columns.
From the collection – ‘Siam 1: Discover’