Japanese artist Korehiko Hino paints very large portraits that are instantly recognizable. Bodies, beautifully detailed and with spectacularly exaggerated features, animal meat that seems moist, and elegant, blooming flora are his subjects. The exaggerated eyes of Hino’s work are perhaps directly influenced by Margaret Keane but painted much more realistically and seem to be on another level of emotions all together. This heightened sense of emotional placement ruminates itself through the cold stark bodies of his work, is extended by the placement of exotic flora and becomes a memorable dream in our minds which is hard to shake. - Zach Tutor.