On April 12, 2014, Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome presents a new solo show from Japanese artist Naoto Hattori. Nothing But Perception is the second exhibition with the gallery and includes 11 new works. See more at Dorothy Circus Gallery or wwwcomcom.com.
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Thanks to everyone who entered DAF’s July 2011 Giveaway. The lucky winner is……Cary Seen (caryse en-queen) from London, UK
Cary has won a Signed Collector Limited Edition Series 1 Trading Card Set by Naoto Hattori.
Stay tuned for another great DAF contest this month!
This month, DAF is excited to be giving away a set of Naoto Hattori Trading Cards.
Born in Japan, Hattori studied graphic design in Tokyo before moving to New York to study at the School of Visual Arts where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in illustration in 2000. As well as painting, he works in editorial, CD and book covers, flyers, posters, skateboard and snowboard design.
Prize Details – One winner will receive:
Signed Collector Limited Edition Series 1 Trading Card Set
2.5 x 3.5 inches (64 mm x 89 mm)
Includes 32 cards
To Enter: Fill out the form below by July 31, 2011. You must include your full name, email address, and city and country. Multiple entries will be disqualified. Our winner (selected randomly) will be announced on August 2, 2011. Good Luck Everyone!
(This contest is now closed)
To see more of Noato Hattori’s work, visit WWWcomcom.com.
“Hattori, the artist of the bizarre, reminds in a pop Surrealist way of Bosh and Arcimboldo. Fantastic creatures, animals and a world observed by thousands of eyes unveils the secret of a reality that is impossibile to define, and subject to a constant and fluid metamorphosis in which the eye is both author and witness.”
Japanese born surrealist Naoto Hattori has released some new work in the form of affordable signed and numbered mini-prints.
Hattori studied graphic design in Tokyo before moving to New York to study at the School of Visual Arts where he received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in illustration in 2000. As well as painting, he works in editorial, CD and book covers, flyers, posters, skateboard and snowboard design.
To see more of Hattoris’s work, visit NaotoHattori.com.
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Japanese born painter Naoto Hattori has a new solo exhibition at Copro Gallery in California. For this exhibition called “Super -Bionics”, “Naoto has painted deities, creatures of his thoughts and theories, alter egos and spiritual beings. Naoto says “Those creatures have never lived in my imagination before but since I have painted them, they have come alive and I feel like I have created a new world in my mind. That’s what motivated me to paint Super Bionics.”” (from Juxtapoz).