The mind-bogglingly talented Kenichi Hoshine’s website now contains a commerce section, which Kenichi promises to update with new goods frequently.
I asked Kenichi Hoshine what kind of implement he uses when sketching. He sent me this photo of his USA General’s Charcoal pencil, 557-2B. Not too shabby.
Kenichi Hoshine‘s new painting exudes a sort of Lynchian quality of all-encompasing apprehension. It makes me nervous.
If you head over to Kenichi Hoshine’s blog, you will find great on-the-street or in-the-art-studio photography, considered shots of gorgeous-looking food he’s either prepared or eaten, and a few beautifully-rendered sketches from his forays into figure drawing. The whole experience is well-curated and makes me want to clean up my office and get drawing.
Longtime Meathaus man Kenichi Hoshine’s art is elegant, surprising, and masterfully composed. Currently, Kenichi is donating 100% of his proceeds from print sales to disaster relief efforts in Japan. Printed on acid-free 100% cotton-rag paper with archival inks, the prints are affordable and gorgeous. Do it!