EYE OF THE BE­HOLDER

The Peak (Malaysia) - - Contents - TEXT MAYA MICHAEL

In the words of the emi­nent Chi­nese philoso­pher Con­fu­cius: “Ev­ery­thing has its beauty, but not ev­ery­one sees it”. If you were to ask a sea­soned crafts­man, many would con­cur that cre­ative in­spi­ra­tion can in­deed be found in any­thing and any­where – and the more you look for it, the more likely you'll find it. In th­ese fol­low­ing pages, we present a list of ob­scure but, nev­er­the­less, in­trigu­ing ma­te­ri­als that have served as muses for mas­ter crafts­men to cre­ate beau­ti­ful ob­jects of de­sire.

In the words of the emi­nent Chi­nese philoso­pher Con­fu­cius: “Ev­ery­thing has its beauty, but not ev­ery­one sees it”. If you were to ask a sea­soned crafts­man, many would con­cur that cre­ative in­spi­ra­tion can in­deed be found in any­thing and any­where – and the more you look for it, the more likely you’ll find it. In th­ese fol­low­ing pages, we present a list of ob­scure but, nev­er­the­less, in­trigu­ing ma­te­ri­als that have served as muses for mas­ter crafts­men to cre­ate beau­ti­ful ob­jects of de­sire.

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