Japanese Surrealism can take on many interesting and detailed forms, for example Yosuke Ueno. Ueno creates almost fairy tale characters surrounded by magic and colour. Included in his work are often symbols and hidden references. Interestingly however Ueno says that when he starts to create an image he likes to let it evolve without a fixed idea of where the piece is going. Suggesting that the symbolism comes to him as he sees the image take form, growing and developing meaning as it does so.
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