Kenji Hirata Uses Southern Asia Signage For Inspiration

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published: Jun 24, 2009   Updated: Apr 6 2011 • References: kenjihirata & loudreams
Kenji Hirata’s canvases are colourful and somewhat chunky. His designs are inspired by nature, billboards, Southern Asia signage and the future.

The collage-like canvases are filled with an array of different colours that seem to take you to a world other than our own.

Check out the gallery if you want to see more modern art by Kenji Hirata.

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