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Riusuke Fukahori. False fish but true Japanese artist.


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 Riusuke Fukahori. False fish but true Japanese artist.

The red fish have been high in China for several centuries. The Japanese stockbreeders, who imported their know-how of China, organize annual exposures in all the country. The red fish would have been introduced in England in 1691 and France in the middle of the 18th century, when specimens were offered to Madam de Pompadour, the mistress of Louis XV. 

Today, of many countries produce some on a rather important commercial scale.

You thus dreamed of an aquarium with genuine multicoloured fish, 
all in lightness and which move gracefully. But good it is necessary to often nourish them, 
clean the panes, to purify water, to supervise the pH, to send oxygen and to keep water with 18 °C.

 Complicated all that ! Thus see the solution that you proposes Riusuke Fukahori. 

On the other hand, if you have a cat and that you choose the Fukahori alternative take it tranquillizing ! 

The fish are painted and prisoners in resin !!! 

When struggling with artistic vision, Fukahori's pet goldfish became his inspiration and ever since his passion and lifelong theme. His unique style of painting uses acrylic on clear resin which is poured into containers, resulting in a three-dimensional appearance and lifelike vitality.
This video gives you a glimpse of his amazing painting process.

Portions of this promotional video of Riusuke Fukahori's process contains shots from a TV-CM for (Shizuoka, Japan) which have been used with their permission.
Credits :
Agency: Bergman inc.
Production: Hexaproject inc.
Sound: "Early Morning Movabillity", Jemapur

Riusuke Fukahori(Facebook)


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