About Artist: Chiho was unhappy while studying economics at Hosei University. In an interview with Saatchi Art Aoshima admitted that, "I was bored to death, even when I was hanging out with my friends. I was eager to create something but didn’t know what to create, every day time passed so slowly and I felt like I was going to die." She taught herself how to use Illustrator and began to fall in love with the medium. After participating in her first show, Murakami's Tokyo Girls Bravo, she began to work in Murakami’s factory. Aoshima’s work often involves surreal scenes and dreamscapes, often including ghosts, demons, nature and shōjo. Aoshima mostly prints large scale images onto papers with heavy-duty printers, but she has also printed on materials such as leather and plastic surfaces to give her images different textures. Aoshima works in sculpture and animation, her largest image yet is from her City Glow Series. She displayed this work in an exhibition in the Gloucester Road tube station in London and the 14th Street – Union Square subway station in New York City. It measures 32.5 meters in length and 4.8 meters in height.
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