Hideyuki Katsumata’s wild paintings and drawings blend centuries of Japanese motifs, pop elements, and more otherworldly elements. The Tokyo native produces an array of work outside of his paintings, from soft toys and enamel pins to massive murals and show designs. The artist was last featured on our site here.
“Kaleidoscopic forms, bold colours and a growing cast of mutant figures populate Hideyuki Katsumata’s exuberant artworks,” Coleccion SOLO says of the artist. “Blending Japanese fables with influences from manga culture and the everyday, this Tokyo-based artist creates witty, psychedelic narratives with a vaguely spiritual air.”
Find more on his Instagram page.