Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares - by Kazuhiro Hori - be artist be art magazine
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

While expressing purity, and youth and cheerful, sexual and a momentary image are evoked.

Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares - by Kazuhiro Hori - be artist be art magazine
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares - by Kazuhiro Hori - be artist be art magazine
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

And it is not a mere uniform for them. It is an item for being cute which asserts itself, and is arms. It gives the element which receives an attack in many cases rather than estimated that it is individual that it is conspicuous by their community. In Japan where such peculiar human relations exist, the sailor suit can serve as a very symbolic motif.

Japanese girls love strawberry! That, as food, as well as, it’s cute, but it’s also symbolic representation. And it’s possible to use a metaphor about blood and internal organs  visually. They have to live while being more conscious of blood than a man. There is sometimes a case that I escape in self-injury.

Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares - by Kazuhiro Hori - be artist be art magazine
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares - by Kazuhiro Hori - be artist be art magazine
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares - by Kazuhiro Hori - be artist be art magazine
Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

Stolen Childhood, Beauty Nightmares – by Kazuhiro Hori

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