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New York-based artist Shinichi Maruyama uses water, ink, gravity and a camera to capture his very temporary sculptures that resemble Japanese calligraphy.
Maruyama talked to NPR about his process this week, and shared a video of his "Kusho" (Japanese for writing in the sky), which you can check out below.