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I could not have expected such refined and meticulous work from anybody but a Japanese artist. Hasegawa Yoshio created a series of sculptural pieces, modeled after a soda can and hand-crafted out of paper and acrylic.
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WRITTEN BY Ani Tzenkova
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3 People Replies to “Hasegawa Yoshio’s Soda Sculptures”
I dont see any racist thoughts in this.
against non-Japanese person ? I disagree, what Ani wanted to say was that pretty much only Japanese (or Chinese) artist can make such meticulous work, until proved otherwise…
Isn’t the first line of this article just a wee bit racist?