Atsushi Adachi’s Fusion Of Historical Battleships And Newspapers

A Japanese artist named Atsushi Adachi unveiled a new style of paper art by putting together the old newspapers to make historical items like battleships, etc. The artist uses newspapers of the period to which the subjects of his artwork belong. Thus, his artworks reflect on the elements of the past. They are creating waves across the globe.


Past thrives in every bit of its associated elements. So artists have to work assiduously with their plan when they deal with the things of the past. A slight deviation from the essence of the era can wreak havoc on the sanctity of the historical items. Grabbing that fact, an artist named Atsushi Adachi has unveiled a new form of paper artwork.

The Japanese artist goes ahead to make the miniatures of the iconic elements of past like battleships. What gives his art the shades of uniqueness is his way of creation of the miniatures. The artist goes around collecting detailed information about his project. Not just that but he also tries to make him familiar with the dynamics of the society of the associated era.

For that, he hunts for the newspapers belonging to that period that sheds light on the iconic events. Not just that but the artist has widened up the gamut of his approach. Adachi puts the newspapers at his disposal not only to acquaint him with the historical knowledge but also uses them to make the miniatures of his subjects.

According to the artist, the newspapers reflect on the values of the society of that period. Also, they capture the changing scenarios of the global world that impacted the lives of the people and the events to a great extent.

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For Adachi, his artworks give him a way to discover his inner strength. It is the best way of meditation and grabs the memories of the era that lies obscured under the layer of the materialistic transformation of the world.

To the delight of the art lovers, Adachi’s art collections do not only revolve around battleships. For instance, he has created a replica of the spacesuit of Neil Armstrong. The list of his artistic shades is long enough to let art lovers cherish their beauty for life. Their charm is hard to express in words.

The miniatures of battleships throw light on the artistic details of their original counterparts. They bring out the designs and art style prevalent in the associated era. One can see the minute details of the texture of their art. Their parts shine brightly to depict their side of the story.

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●開催中です ‪10/28-11/19‬ ‪会場: 東急プラザ銀座 3F、4F、6Fみゆき通り側エスカレーター横・6Fキリコラウンジ横 KIRIKO the MUSEUM‬ ‪時間: 11:00-21:00‬ ‪※ラウンジ内イベント開催等により、営業時間が異なる場合がございます。‬ ‪Web: ※作家在廊などの予定はございません!‬ #contemporaryart #paper #paperart #newspaper #アーティスト #artist #papersculpture #當代藝術 #japanese #artwork #specimen #carvedpaper #現代アート #美術 #conceptualart #современноеискусство #足立篤史 #atsushiadachi #newspaperart #kirikolounge #kirikothemuseum #東急プラザ銀座 #conceptualartist #艺术 #当代艺术 #فن #예술 #藝術家 #아티스트컴퍼니

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His artworks recently rocked the art streets in New York through an exhibition- “Emerging Tokyo” in East Harlem. His collection was displayed to disseminate the charm of his paper art. The exhibition opened the doors for art lovers from 3 December to 7 December 2019 in 213 East 121st Street.

The art lovers can grab the bits and parts of his newspapers art collections by paying a visit to his Instagram page. He keeps on updating his followers with his ongoing projects there.

He has brought out a new facet of beauty of emerging art forms. So are you ready to cherish the all new fusion of artistic colors and age-old newspapers?