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Musashino Art University student Kana Ogawara displays body paintings by Hikaru Cho on her hands at an art event in Tokyo.

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Graffiti on the hands.

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I wish I had the means, or at least open minded parents who could have let me study whatever I felt like at university, including art. That way you would have seen one less bitter poster on JT. This is strictly my interpretation of her art: blue eyes=white person, zipper on arm=enter body. In other words, "A white person may enter my bod.."

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Grotesque...

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This is strictly my interpretation of her art: blue eyes=white person, zipper on arm=enter body. In other words, "A white person may enter my bod.."

Uh, think you might be reading a little too much into this...

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Would art be allowed in the local pool ?

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So in order to be an "art student" you let somebody else paint on you?

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This art, tattoo's get you bared from all swimming pools, bathes and gyms in Japan :)

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not new or even original concept ... musashino level went proper down these days eh

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@gogogo

...Only it's paint. It washes off.

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Is there every a topic about body art, that someone doesn't make a smart aleck comment about Japanese bath houses and tattoos?

Simple, don't get tattoos.

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Hand with eye alone would have been better. Often less is more.

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i think it is good performance.

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I love the eye on the hand. That would make a cool tattoo.

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Simple, don't get tattoos.

But everyone wants to show their individuality so they can be like everyone else.

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Alex EinzAug. 12, 2014 - 11:08AM JST

not new or even original concept ... musashino level went proper down these days eh

Agree. Not Original. There is another famous European photographer doing something similar much before This is borderline plagiarism...

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Love the eye-hand coordination.

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Strangely, I find myself looking more at the model than the art ...

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