Artist Martin Klimas drops porcelain figures. He photographs them as they shatter, the camera rigged to shoot by the sound of the impact. The figures are martial arts-y in nature (NOT Precious Moment-y) and the exploding only lends itself to the appearance of combat. A little known fun fact about me is that I’m a yellow belt in Taekwondo. Last year my mom decided I needed to get a hobby, so she signed me up for the beginner’s class. Every one of my classmates was in elementary school, but I fit in on a mental level. At my promotion, the 8 year old they had me sparring against had a boogie hanging out of her nose. I laughed — HARD. I’m not sure know why they promoted me, but I assume it has something to do with pity. Not just because of the whole boogie thing, but because my gi was too tight. It left nothing to the imagination if you know what I mean. I mean I tore a hole in the ass.
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