A series of Buddha images are drawn on a piece of picture with a single black pen. Although the Buddha image in the photograph he uses as a model wore a solemn expression, it is interesting that KURIHARA Katsuyuki’s Buddhas have lively and expressiv…
“Sato-chan, it’s about time to finish.” The time when HIMENO Satoru puts down his beloved bamboo pen is the time when the teacher of his painting class loses his concentration.
From such as small body, where does all this energy come from? As if possessed, the hand files away at the tree stump.
It started from a letter. A uniquely painted world was in the letter addressed to the staff at Shobu Gakuen by UNOKI Fumiko who was making sculptures there. Enter the “Fumiko World” that is created through both paintings and sculptures.
Techniques, motifs, colors, materials . . . everything in flux from moment to moment, as if reflecting the artist’s emotional state. Who is this creator who ‘draws what he feels, just as he feels it’?
Cut the yarn and knot the ends. Cut again and knot again until the work is complete: 《Untitled》, a ball of yarn. Every day, NISATO Chikara sits down at his workbench and starts the process again.
Since the age of 25, MATSUURA Shigeru has focused on one creative theme: the Earth. Carved with his left hand alone, his wooden sculptures overflow with vital energy.
《Worm Guy》, 《Weird Creature》, 《Girl》, 《Harvestman》: A rebel who roams the hills of Engaru, Hokkaido, paints striking portraits of living creatures.
In his special alcove in〈ATELIER YOOHOO!!〉in Fushimi, Kyoto, KOKUBO Yukihiro creates multilayered artworks that draw the viewer in.
Meet KURODA Katsutoshi, fierce talent and self-proclaimed “destroyer” from the art club at the 〈Normalization Society’s Nishiawaji Kibou-no-ye〉 in Higashi-yodogawa, Osaka.
He wakes up at 5am. After he has coffee with plenty of sugar, he is ready for the day.
Cars, films, and memories – He draws humorous and fantastic pictures to achieve his ambitions.
Drawn with incredible concentration. A meticulous world of typography created by an artists.
He only draws what he likes. He looks at these carefully, talks a lot, and sometimes sings.
As if he was playing a piece of music, his artwork is full of expression.
Ryunosuke documents memories stored in his iPod touch such as portraits of friends and family or little everyday things through his drawings
The scissors he uses for his free-hand cutting are like a magic pen to create his artwork.
He cuts with scissors like playing an instrument, and engages with the paper rhythmically.
To draw because he wants to be “recognized”. His drawings also embody a primitive feeling within.
Perhaps, the delicate but strong strokes are a projection of her vibrant feelings for love.
Her dance is boundless and sharp. Her movements touches the people around her.