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5400

Artist
Masanao Hirayama
Date
2014
Publisher
Nieves
Format
Artists' Books
Size
11.2 × 17.8 cm
Length
16 pages
Genre
Illustration,
Description

Masanao Hirayama (Kobe, 1976), formerly known as Himaa,
is a Japanese Artist and Illustrator living and working in Tokyo.
5400 is based on his performance with a drawing pig.

  1. himaa - nieves
 

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