Simple beauty – Chigiri

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature onto his canvas.  The bright vivid colours of the world today can sometimes mask simplistic beauty.  To tone back the vivid colour can allow our eyes to appreciate things in the purest form.

On my second visit to RAUH-Welt Begriff while sitting down with Nakai-san he lit up a cigarette, turned to me and said ‘sometimes we need to peel away the layers, and appreciate the true beauty that lurks beneath, but is right in front of our own eyes’.  As he stood up, stubbed his cigarette out, and walked back to work, I remember being a little taken back, yet this chance moment I had with him has remained with me ever since.  In honour of that moment, this blogpost is about toning back the colour, removing the distracting chatter in order to show you the birth of ‘Chigiri’ – Australia’s first 993.

Click on images for larger version.

10:47am

IMG_5017

10:52am

IMG_5020

10:57am

IMG_5027

11:00am

IMG_5033

11:12am

IMG_5036

11:14am

IMG_5037

11:18am

IMG_5041

11:22am

IMG_5062

11:36am

IMG_5065

11:41am

IMG_5070

11:57am

IMG_5083

12:08pm

IMG_5077

To be continued…

This entry was posted in Car culture, Uncategorized and tagged , , , .

Post a Comment

Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked *

*
*