I just came across this amazing resource of prints that would amazing for any textile company or designer to reference from or reach out to license. Unfortunately my Japanese lessons are not excelling as quickly as possible and I can not fully transcribe the information about that.
Tokyo based artist Hikaru Cho takes everyday objects and rethinks their identity. In this series, titled “It’s not what it seems” she transforms one food into another with the power of a paintbrush. These meticulous works are disturbingly believable.
Certainly I am not the first to see these wrapped parcel works and automatically credit Christo and Jeanne-Claude, but its only when you look very closely that you find out these are not sculptures but photorealistic paintings.