The mutant modernity of Tetsuya Ishida

The late Japanese painter Tetsuya Ishida (1973-2005) created self-portraits that depict our modern trappings as both sterile and grotesque. In his art, lobstermen ride the subway, giants are trapped in apartment buildings, and urinals are unlucky cyborgs. Chilling yet gorgeous.

[Tetsuya Ishida and Chapter World via Pink Tentacle]

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