There is something mentally exciting about putting up two pieces of art and noting their similarities. On the left we have the work of Eri Imamura, a japanese artist who uses concepts from japanese mythology and Native American beadwork and embroidery techniques to create life-sized textile sculptures. Then on the right we have this photo of model Karlie Kloss shot by Mario Testino in Bahia for Vogue . The headpiece was made on the spot with local flowers found at the hotel. Pattern on pattern, somber but glorious moods, celebrating richness and the thick tapestry that is life: two photos – different but the same, but different.