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Hermippe // New Town Fungus ART BOOK

Hermippe // New Town Fungus ART BOOK

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 An art book of Tokyo's pixel art artist Hermippe has arrived.

 

Collection of works "New Town Fungus" by Tokyo-based pixel artist Hermippe. 
Works of solo exhibition held in August 2021
Size: A4 (210 × 297mm) / 30 pages

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Hermippe products available at Tobira.

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Text via Hermippe's website:

2021 works of the solo exhibition "New Town Fungus" held in September 9 are posted.
Due to the corona, the range of life was inevitably narrowed, and the variations that we see in our daily lives were extremely reduced, so the resolution for each item was improved.
I don't know what it's used for, but it's a part of the electric box that's been there all the time, the dirt and small parts are different one by one, but they are lined up neatly and look like a lump of electric poles, after peeling off the advertisement, graffiti, I am interested in drawing things such as pigeons that I didn't pay attention to because I thought they had no characteristics.
The "New Town" where I grew up has a homogeneous landscape, but I likened it to "Fungus", which gives off a unique presence when I squint at it.

Artist: Hermippe

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 An art book of Tokyo's pixel art artist Hermippe has arrived.

 

Collection of works "New Town Fungus" by Tokyo-based pixel artist Hermippe. 
Works of solo exhibition held in August 2021
Size: A4 (210 × 297mm) / 30 pages

Labels and other works here /// Click here to see more Hermippe products available at Tobira.

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Text via Hermippe's website:

2021 works of the solo exhibition "New Town Fungus" held in September 9 are posted.
Due to the corona, the range of life was inevitably narrowed, and the variations that we see in our daily lives were extremely reduced, so the resolution for each item was improved.
I don't know what it's used for, but it's a part of the electric box that's been there all the time, the dirt and small parts are different one by one, but they are lined up neatly and look like a lump of electric poles, after peeling off the advertisement, graffiti, I am interested in drawing things such as pigeons that I didn't pay attention to because I thought they had no characteristics.
The "New Town" where I grew up has a homogeneous landscape, but I likened it to "Fungus", which gives off a unique presence when I squint at it.

Artist: Hermippe