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Born in 1984 in Osaka, Japan, Sae Tachimori began to work as an illustrator after graduating from the Kyoto City University of the Arts. Her whimsical and vivid illustrations harken back to the fantastical and technically magnificent picture books of the early 20th century, erupting with bright, brilliant colors and chocked full of natural elements and symbolic imagery. The complexity and elegance of Tachimori’s work puts her at the forefront of the up-and-coming generation of young illustrators making waves in Japan today.
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View opening night photos from Risk and Nathan Ota’s “Innocence Lost” at Corey Helford Gallery and Sarah Folkman’s “The Burden of Adoration” at CHG Circa on the Hi-Fructose blog.
Ricardo Fernandez Ortega’s paintings evoke 17th-century Spanish masters like Velazquez, though his subject matter is decidedly surreal and contemporary. See more of his work on Hi-Fructose.