Recuerdo las tantas veces que te miraba deseando que todo terminara, pues estaba segura de que mi amor se había agotado, o quizá no; quizá estaba ahí, muy escondido en lo más profundo de mi alma, pero no deseaba salir para entrar a la tuya. Y tomaba tu mano apretándola muy fuerte, quise convencerme de que éramos el uno para el otro, y convencerte a ti también de que esto sería eterno. Traté de que mis besos no fueran tan fugaces para que te aseguraras de que seguía sintiendo lo mismo por ti. Y ese era mi único consuelo; saber que tú aún creías en mi amor. Pero llegó ese determinado día, en el que me cansé de fingir y me di por vencida. Mis promesas caducaron y no me tomé la molestia de renovarlas. Comprendí que no te quería lo suficiente. Tú suplicabas entre lágrimas que no me marchara, sin embargo no tuve piedad y partí. Me sentí libre. Al fin dejé de mentirme a mí misma con que tú eras para mí. Al marcharme comprendí que no porque yo diga «es el ideal», tiene que serlo. Entendí que el ideal llega sin avisar, sigilosamente y estás tan feliz de haberle encontrado que no te molestas en decir que lo es. Creí que eras el ideal. Y lo eres, eres el ideal, pero no para mí.

Promesas de Cristal (via jenna-p-hamilton)

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秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
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秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
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秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
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秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
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秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
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秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
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秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba  
100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past
With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)   
 
Zoom Info

asylum-art:

秋葉舞子,Maico Akiba 

100 Years Later – A Japanese artist transforms everyday objects into relics of the past

With his project “100 Years Later“, the Japanese artist Maico Akiba transforms everyday objects into relics of the past… With meticulous aging process, Maico Akiba adds rust, moss, mold and traces of time  to our gadgets, transforming our iPhones, keyboard and mouse, iPod, calculators, shoes, watches, mobile phones, Polaroid cameras and so on, in objects from another time… (but still functional!)