Akihiro Higuchi Finds a Unique Canvas: Oil On A Beetle

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Japanese Artist Akihiro Higuchi based in Tokyo has long been fascinated by his local culture, from his sculptural work to the most recent paintings. However, his most peculiar artworks come from the internationally celebrated ‘Oil on A Beetle‘ series, where Higuchi uses the beetles as unique canvases for his far east infused artworks.

Higuchi born in Japan in has completed the Zokei University Sculpture course, exhibiting his work since 2003 his recent art was displayed at MA2 Gallery in Tokyo and Mitate Museum at Mikiko Sato Gallery in Hamburg. One of the artist’s latest collection has also focused on butterflies.

See more of the Oil On A Beetle series after the jump:

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