29.09.11 by Jeff

Katsuyo Aoki

Porcelain sculptures by Katsuyo Aoki.

Sculptures by artist Katsuyo Aoki

Sculptures by artist Katsuyo Aoki

Sculptures by artist Katsuyo Aoki

Sculptures by artist Katsuyo Aoki

Sculptures by artist Katsuyo Aoki

Sculptures by artist Katsuyo Aoki

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • great technique

  • Rebeca

    insane detail, shapes look like it could be a coral

  • Rhonda

    These are fantastic!!

  • Azaria

    Wow what a coincidence! I was just checking out these amazing sculptures on Aoki’s website like two weeks ago. The detail is beautifully done.

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  • ben

    Great objects! They remind me of Mandelbulbs.

  • Steve

    these are incredible! the detail is unreal!
    I bet Aoki could make some impressive masks!

  • es

    :0

  • Amazing sculptures! The photography on these is great too.





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