Spreading fear and mayhem in the visual arts.

Naoto Hattori

Posted in Beaux Arts by Suzanne G. on July 18th, 2004 | BBC Wikipedia

  
  
© Naoto Hattori
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"I never paint on the computer. I think that's illegal if you want to learn painting for real. All you need is just do some clicks. You can click the "undo" button if you made a mistake and one click to render the image, another one to calculate all light and shadow. You can change the color if you don't like it, again with some clicks. And your hands are always clean...

That's not the way I see art. Art is all about taking risks, follow your intuition and most of all getting your hands dirty with paint."

- Naoto Hattori, 29, interviewed in Airbrush Art + Action, June 2003

→ UPDATE, 07-20-2004: Naoto Hattori just added 4 new artworks to his web store.

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