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Shiho Matsubara — Tokyo, Japan

"I think that a beautiful construction is very important. But it implies making a lot of mistakes, a lot of trial and error, before you succeed. That is why it takes me such a long time to finish a work."

Shiho Matsubara might have ended up with a career in politics if she hadn’t switched to study art at the Setsu Mode Seminar! Her work is known for its perfect blend of delicate colours and forms, her signature illustrations of the human form carries a trace of Bauhaus-style graphics, with careful attention to space.

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