If you’re a long term reader of this blog, you’ll know I’m a fan of that poster-object of lowbrow, the snowglobe. Recently, The Standard released an edition of snowglobes by Tokyo-born, New York-based artist, Tomokazu Matsuyama.
Each water-filled glass globe is filled with snow, that floats and settles on one of Matzu’s horseman and the trees and grasses in the forest he’s racing through. The wooden bases are individually and uniquely hand painted. Each piece signed and numbered, and stands at about 7 inches tall. This is a unique edition of 30.