Cloud in Cursive Script by beyondcalligraphy
Cloud in Cursive Script, a photo by beyondcalligraphy on Flickr.

Chinese and Japanese calligraphy is traditionally written with a brush however, since calligrapher writes with contents of his soul, and the brush acts as its extension, anything could become that brush. Here, a calligraphy by Ponte Ryuurui (品天龍涙) written with a paper tissue. It is a calligraphy of a character 雲, which means “a cloud”. Cursive script, ink on paper.