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Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji

Born: 1990

Hometown: Osaka

Based in: Tokyo

Designer,Artist.
Born in Osaka in 1990 and graduated from the Design Course of Kyoto Institute of Technology Graduate School in 2015. He is conducting research and proposals on expressions born at the boundary between digital and physical from the designer's point of view , including representative work “Plotter Drawing”which shows the possibility that machines produce art.


16 works for sale

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Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

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poly Ⅱ by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

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poly Ⅲ by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

$ 85

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arc Ⅰ by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

$ 85

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arc Ⅱ by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

$ 85

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arc Ⅲ by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

$ 85

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Drape by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

$ 85

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Icicles by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

$ 85

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Icicles by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

Generative Art

$ 620

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Drape by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

Generative Art

$ 620

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arc Ⅲ by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

Generative Art

$ 620

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arc Ⅱ by Hiromasa Fukaji

Hiromasa Fukaji, Japan

Generative Art

$ 620

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Hiromasa Fukaji In The Studio

""Plotter Drawing" is a technique in which digital data is converted into physical movement by a plotter, and drawings are made with analog writing materials such as pencils, ballpoint pens, and brushes. When precise line data, which can only be realized in the digital world, is physically drawn with a pen, physical factors act to create "accidental expressions" such as blurring."

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More About Hiromasa Fukaji

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Describe your creative process.

"Plotter Drawing" is a technique in which digital data is converted into physical movement by a plotter (equipment that converts and outputs vector data), and drawings are made with analog writing materials such as pencils, ballpoint pens, and brushes. When precise line data, which can only be realized in the digital world, is physically drawn with a pen, physical factors such as friction, gravity, humidity and atmospheric pressure act to create "accidental expressions" such as blurring. Plotter Drawing is an expression technique that intentionally creates accidental expressions at the boundaries between digital and real.

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

digital , analog , accident

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

pen , paper , plotter


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