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  • Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures
  • Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures
  • Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures
  • Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures
  • Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures
  • Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures
  • Masayasu Tokoro For the Magic Dragon (2017) mixed media 36×20×16cm Dolls sculptures
  • Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures

Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures

Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures (Japan)
Ces figurines sont conçues pour des animations en stop-motion, construites avec des joints à rotule en laiton mobiles.
Leurs têtes, mains et jambes sont sculptés en bois et leurs vêtements sont des tissus originaux, teints et cousus.
Elles ont une grande variété de poses et ont beaucoup d’expressions, même en position debout.

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These “amateur” dolls are made for stop-motion animation, their frames constructed with movable brass ball joints. Their heads, hands, and legs are built of wood and their clothes are original designs of dyed and sewn fabric. They strike a greater variety of poses than amateurs, wanting us to feel the richness of their expressions even in standing position.

Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures

Masayasu Tokoro mixed media Dolls sculptures

  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art
  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art
  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art
  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art
  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art – Cloud Leopard
  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art – Devanture
  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art –  Eagle
  • Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art portrait

Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art

Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art is a professional contemporary Japanese paper cut artist, born in Hyogo, Japan on 2 October 1981.

Nahoko Kojima - Paper cut art

Nahoko Kojima – Paper cut art


  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures dolls
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “Stigmata”
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures Dolls (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “réincarnation”
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures7
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures

Tormented dolls Miura Etsuko

Tormented dolls Miura Etsuko (Japan)

Miura Etsuko est une artiste japonaise, elle s’est fait connaitre en France grâce à la poupée créée pour l’album de Mylène Farmer “Points de suture”.
Ses dolls sont torturées et au premier abord créent un malaise.

En ce qui me concerne, je crée des poupées. Mais c’est parce que je ne me sens pas stable, je ne me sens pas bien, je ressens un peu de peur si je ne crée pas. Je continue à créer mais c’est au-delà de mon intérêt pour les poupées. Je continue parce que j’ai peur. 
C’est la raison que j’entrevois à ma présence sur cette terre : je suis là pour créer des poupées. Même si mes expositions ou la sortie de mon livre me font perdre des amis et des proches… ” (Voir lien interview exclusif plus bas)

Miura Etsuko - Sculptures "réincarnation"

Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “réincarnation” (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)

 

  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures
  • Midori Hayashi – dolls sculptures

Chimeric creations Midori Hayashi

Chimeric creations Midori Hayashi, japanese doll artist.

Chimeric creations Midori Hayashi, japanese doll artist. Midori Hayashi – Dolls artwork

Realistic Puppies Sculptures Minami Kawasaki

Realistic Puppies Sculptures Minami Kawasaki. (Japan)
Named “Home sweet home“, so cute !.-  Wool sculptures.

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Minami Kawasaki - Home Sweet Home - puppies

Minami Kawasaki – Home Sweet Home – puppies

 

  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings -2009 – 1620 × 1620mm
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful souls  monochromatic paintings
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings-2009 – 530 × 455mm
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings -2009 – 1620 × 1940mm
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – Japan
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – Japan
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – flowers
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – city woman
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – child
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful monochromatic paintings2
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful monochromatic paintings1
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful monochromatic paintings
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings – exhibition
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – beautiful paintings monochroma
  • Kazuki Takamatsu – portrait

Kazuki Takamatsu, culture 3D et graphisme japonais traditionnel

Kazuki Takamatsu, culture 3D et graphisme japonais traditionnel. (Japon)
Une atmosphère d’êtres irréels, lolitas fantomatiques.

Kazuki Takamatsu - beautiful paintings monochroma

  • Yui Ishibashi – KEMONO – H 59 × W 42 ×D 38 cm – sculpture
  • Yui Ishibashi – KEMONO – H 59 × W 42 ×D 38 cm – sculpture
  • Yui Sculpture – MARI – stone powder cray. Steel wire
  • Yui Sculpture – MARI – stone powder cray. Steel wire
  • Yui Ishibashi – The tree – 70×51×50cm – steel wire,resin clay -2011
  • Ishibashi Yui – 10 billion years’s Dream – Sculptures
  • Yui Ishibashi – sculpture 38x30x25
  • Yui Ishibashi – Nicola
  • 呼び声 – Ishibashi Yui – sculpture
  • Yui Ishibashi – End of tears 117 x 100 x 100 – sculpture
  • Yui Ishibashi – sculpture nature – Japon
  • Yui Ishibashi – calling – sculpture
  • Ishibashi Yui – sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui sculpture
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures détails
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sleep sculpture
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sleep sculpture / 2014
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sleep sculpture / 2014
  • Ishibashi Yui – Artiste sculpteur Japon
  • Ishibashi Yui – portrait – Artiste sculpteur

Human nature sculptures by Yui Ishibashi

Human nature sculptures by Yui Ishibashi, sculptor, Japan :

  • 1985  Born in Okayama
  • 2010  Department of Painting, Oil Painting Course of Tama Art University, Tokyo
Ishibashi Yui - 10 billion years’s Dream - Sculptures

Ishibashi Yui – 10 billion years’s Dream – Sculptures

EXHIBITION : 10 (wed) – 21 (sun). Sep.2014
12:00pm – 7:00pm(5pm on the last day) at the Shonandai MY Gallery, TOKYO

  • Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography
  • Yosuke Kashiwakura – because it is there- photography
  • Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography
  • Yosuke Kashiwakura – human photo
  • Nid de corbeaux Tokyo – © Yosuke Kashiwakura – photography
  • Yosuke Kashiwakura – photography flamands
  • Yosuke Kashiwakura- photography

Wildlife photography by Yosuke Kashiwakura

Wildlife photography by Yosuke Kashiwakura / Japan Professional / Wildlife.

Les corbeaux qui vivent à Tokyo utilisent des cintres pour faire leurs nids. Dans cette grande ville, il y a peu d’arbres, de sorte que les matériaux naturels dont les corbeaux ont besoin pour faire leurs nids sont rares. En conséquence, les corbeaux prennent parfois les cintres des gens qui vivent dans des appartements à proximité, et les assemblent soigneusement en nids. De véritables œuvres d’art sur le thème du recyclage.

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The crows that live in Tokyo use clothes hangers to make nests. In such a large city, there are few trees, so the natural materials that crows need to make their nests are scarce. As a result, the crows occasionally take hangers from the people who live in apartments nearby, and carefully assemble them into nests. The completed nests almost look like works of art based on the theme of recycling.

Nid de corbeaux Tokyo - © Yosuke Kashiwakura - photography

Nid de corbeaux Tokyo – © Yosuke Kashiwakura – photography

Yosuke Kashiwakura (né en 1978, il vit actuellement à Kanagawa). Il a enseigné la photographie en 2004 et en 2007, a remporté un prix de photographie de nature mondiale. Son travail continue d’être exposé au Musée national Smithsonian d’histoire naturelle. Il a obtenu la deuxième place dans les autres, spéciaux et la troisième place dans la nature sous-marine des catégories International Photography Awards. Ses photographies représentent des paysages naturels, la coexistence entre l’homme et la nature, et les problèmes environnementaux. Il est actif dans une grande variété de supports, y compris les magazines, publications diverses, et des publicités.

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Yosuke Kashiwakura (born in 1978, currently living in Kanagawa) began teaching himself photography in 2004, and in 2007 won a Global Nature Photography award. His work went on to be displayed in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. He was awarded second place in the SPECIAL OTHERS and third place in the NATURE UNDERWATER categories of the International Photography Awards. His photographs depict natural scenery, the coexistence between human and nature, and environmental problems. He is active in a wide variety of media, including magazines, various publications, and advertisements.

  • Artist Yuken Teruya toilet paper cut / Japon
  • yuken teruya
  • Yuken Teruya giving tree project
  • yuken portrait

Yuken Teruya – Toilet Paper cut

Yuken Teruya  – Toilet Paper cut, is an artist based in New York. Born in 1973, in Okinawa, Japan.
He works with various materials such as toilet paper rolls, paper shopping bags and butterfly chrysalises.
His ideas often reflect life and history of Okinawa, his homeland.

  • Taxidermy Sculptures by Kohei Nawa
  • Taxidermy Sculptures by Kohei Nawa
  • Taxidermy Sculptures by Kohei Nawa -Cerf
  • Kohei-Nawa-Contemporary-Sculptures-ILoboyou
  • Sculptures by Kohei Nawa

Crystal Beads Taxidermy by Kohei Nawa

Crystal Beads Taxidermy by Kohei Nawa.
Japanese sculptor and assistant professor at Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kohei Nawa is known for his pixcell series, where countless transparent glass beads encase the artwork objects.
Strange.
“Most of the motifs, like stuffed animals are found through the internet. I search some auction sites and choose from the images which appear on a monitor as pixel. However, the stuffed animals which actually have been purchased and sent have real flesh feel and smell, and have a discrepancy with images on the monitor. I then transpose them to PixCell in turn.” 


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