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Are you a business user? Of his work, Hattori says: Remember me on this computer Forgot Password. I capture the feelings and try to visualize them, I paint them, and then free the image back into my stream of consciousness again. Check your inbox or spam folder to confirm your subscription. Hattori was displayed in numerous exhibitions, both of solo and group character. Naoto managed to give birth to a universe filled with amazing creatures and human-like beings, as well as things that simultaneously resemble both man and monsters.

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Naoto managed to give birth to a universe filled with amazing creatures and human-like beings, as well as things that simultaneously resemble both man and monsters.

Hattori slowly discovered what this medium was capable of achieving and could not resist but to test himself in acrylic painting. Hattori has haattori distinct style that is evident in his works. Interestingly enough, this turned out to be his true calling as he discovered he was extremely talented at it.

Naoto Hattori – Visionary Cognisance – Artist Profile

His first contact with art was when he was still a toddler and was impressed by street art and graffiti. Most of his pieces have a strong surreal note to them, with floating heads, 3-eyed creatures, structures on clouds and other visuals that you would only be able to see in your dreams. He has also been published in many magazines and is often used as a name to represent the focal point of the Pop surrealism art movement.

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Putting so much of his heart and time into his work could only end up paying off for Naoto. That way, I create my own vision. After wrapping up the education he intended for himself in America, Hattori decided it was time to go home and returned to the Land of the Rising Son.

Hattori was recognized for his work on many occasions, most notably when he received awards from the Society of Illustrators, the New York Directors Club and the Communication Arts. I agree to the Privacy Policy. Over time, he managed to establish a personal visual dictionary he applied to his paintings. He depicts fantastic creatures, animals, and a world observed by thousands of eyes, unveiling a reality that is totally impossible to define and subject to a constant flowing metamorphosis — very similar to the aforementioned Dali.

Some time later, in his early teen years, he was introduced to and became fascinated by Graphic Design, so it was only a natural turn of events when he decided to pursue a career in that department. Check your inbox or spam folder to confirm your subscription. Naoto Hattori is a true artist of the bizarre.

He completed all the exams with flying colors, receiving a BFA in Illustration during the year of However, this never attracted him to a level high enough for Naoto to try and do something more then simply doodle on walls.

Of his work, Hattori says: Although Naoto came to New York with the intention of developing his graphic designer skills, ultimately he was provided with exceptional knowledge of art in general.

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Hattori was displayed in numerous exhibitions, both of solo and group character. Feel free to contact him via his Linkedin profile: His artwork has served as an inspiration for many aspiring artists who believe themselves to be fit for surreal expression.

Since we are on that particular subject, inspiration has never been a hard thing to find for Hattori — by his own admission, he has been known to paint for up to 12 hours per day! His artwork is full of strong psychedelic influences and represents a contemporary version of the Surrealism movement. Login using registered account Remember me on this computer Forgot Password. I capture the feelings and try to visualize them, I paint them, and then free the image back into my stream of consciousness again.

Naoto Hattori – Cosmic Consciousness – Dorothy Circus Gallery

After merely starting to scratch the surface of his future profession in a Tokyo school, Hattori moved to New York and enrolled in the School of Visual Arts. Subscribe Yes, add me to your mailing lists.

Are you a business user? Yes, add me to your mailing lists. He explains, I create something from my stream of consciousness, where I see my feelings and those weird creatures. Majoring in art history, he is an hattroi on avant-garde modern movements and naoot church fresco decorations. Naoto Hattori Japan Painting www.