The Fascinating Surrealistic Art of Tetsuya Ishida

7 Jun
2010

Japanese painter Tetsuya Ishida only lived to the age of 31 (he tragically passed away in 2005 after getting hit by a train), but left behind a legacy of striking surrealistic paintings that explored issues of the self and society. Many of these paintings feature figures melded with their environment with blank expressions that represent both Ishida’s own alter ego, as well as a dark portrait of today’s contemporary youth.


The book with a collection of his works is available here where you can see more of his works.

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