Artwork by Tetsuhiro Wakabayashi

April 2012
San Cristóbal – Galápagos

In that morning he woke up and he listen trough the rain:

“The same rope that ties a new friendship will give you provisions.
A pear will be an onion, an onion will make you cry an universal happiness.
But be careful of what you ask for, for the universe will give it to you.
A dream that comes is a dream that goes away.”

Your words will become mine:
“Never stop dreaming. Live the dream!”

You don’t need a degree to become a master.
You don’t need to cut trees, process them and hung them on your walls after.
Best leave your walls and hung yourself on the same trees.
Be a monkey, be who you want to be or what you want to be.
You are part of the universe.
Live and let it live.



Author: Tetsuhiro Wakabayashi
: Acrylic; Charcoal