Hiroyuki Hamada: Sculptor



Hamada vs Hamada: An Interview with artist Hiroyuki Hamada by Jeff Hamada

Hiroyuki Hamada

I always get excited when I find an artist whose work I want to follow.  Hiroyuki is one of them.  Richard Gailbraith wrote an article: Japan:Creative – Introduction, on CEMENTUM in August 2012, in which he included a statement of Hiroyuki’s work.  I cannot say it better then him, that Hiroyuki’s work “oozed sci-fi whilst retaining an intrinsic ‘Japaneseness’ about it.  It connotes to me Zen gardens and the post apocalypse at the same time.”  Jeff Hamada, from Booooooom,  ‘randomly came across Hiroyuki Hamada’s work, following a link from Newstoday.’  He shares the same name but in terms of immediate family they are completely unrelated. After seeing his amazing work he thought it would be fun to contact Hiroyuki and see if he would allow him to interview him, I mean how could he say no to family?

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  1. #1 by Richard on January 27, 2013 - 1:25 pm

    Hey, thanks for the link there, hope you enjoyed the piece as much as I enjoyed writing it, hope you get the interview too 🙂

  2. #2 by J. Quigley on January 27, 2013 - 4:00 pm

    Hey Richard, I can’t find your interview. I looked for it a few days ago when i did my blog post, and couldn’t locate it. If you can, post the link here in my comments, or e-mail it to me at jntquigley@gmail.com. I am glad I stumbled upon your blog, and find your writing interesting. 🙂

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