Tokujin Yoshioka

Many scholars have ventured in the past by comparing Eastern and Western art and how each complements/influences each other. Recently, I find myself always drawn into is the way how art captures zen, how art becomes a way for western art lovers and collectors alike to find zen and tranquility, Eastern art has somehow become cosmocentric

This week, meet Tokujin Yoshioka, frequent collaborator with Swarovski, Issey Miyake. Take in the way how he uses whiteness to blind our perspective, expressing his personal reaction to a frozen human mood.

Check out more of his work here.