‘Chiho Aoshima creates her unique and extraordinary world through manipulation of computer softwares. She draws a whole universe inhabited by child-looking girls, reptiles, insects, in a scenery of cemeteries, fun fairs and old concrete buildings. The characters evolve in a surreal, fascinating and amazingly violent universe.’
She also recently did a piece for the London Underground. Big thanks to Claire for pointing us in the direction of Chiho.
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