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Scramble -Shibuya Udagawa-Cho-. Kohki Hiramatsu Kohki Hiramatsu
This is a piece for an exhibition held in the restaurant at Shibuya. Shibuya is one of the notable sightseeing spots in Tokyo and pedestrian scramble at there is the most famous cross-walk in Japan. It covered with over a million people and innumerable shops are open on the street until late. Upon the sky, there are uncountable advertisements and illumination of neons. Because of such a dazzling atmosphere, it does not match my theme of the works. Hence, how to pick up the composition was asked. The view from the station was too ordinal. So, I decided to walk down until cross-walk beside the cars from the top of Dogenzaka. I portrayed the Shibuya from a different perspective. I tried not to emphasize the pedestrian scramble by depicting them from the side and avoid delineating the whole image of the landmark. In this piece, I used spattering as a new technique for drawing the trees and the wall of Shibuya Hikarie.
Scramble -Shibuya Udagawa-Cho-
Art by Independent Artists,  Drawings,  Drawings
Author: Kohki Hiramatsu
51.5 x  36.4 cm  /   20.3 x  14.3 in
Themes: City, District, Street  /   Genre: Illustration  /   Characteristic: Framed  /   Authenticity / Provenance: Original  /   Artists types: Independant artists  /   Period: Contemporary  /  
Posted: november 23, 2018 / Modified: may 19, 2019
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Scramble -Shibuya Udagawa-Cho-
614 €  436 £  700 $ 
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Kohki Hiramatsu
Kohki Hiramatsu
Artist Painter 
Tokyo, Japan
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