Hiroaki Samura: Love of the Brute

Posted by – August 6, 2005

6 Comments on Hiroaki Samura: Love of the Brute

  1. Neesie says:

    You know your artwork is successful when it invokes strong feelings within the audience. When looking at these pieces, I felt disgust and I felt in pain. I felt sorry for seeing these girls/women being put through torture. These feelings are all thanks to the artist’s amazing technical skill, of course. The decision to render this in a detailed manner causes the viewer to be more immersed in the pieces, considering the fact that it’s more realistic to what those events would look like had they actually happened. To me this series seems to be a statement on how damaging it is to put others through pain just for your own pleasure… Or maybe this is just someone’s fetish lmao.

    • ClimbOver says:

      Looking at these images makes me feel better, I find them very erotic, and it helps put into perspective that in the end we’re all only human… I also have underlying issues which could be helping.

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  3. BitterUnreaI says:

    Many of the artworks here remind me of a historical museum I visited in Yunnan, China. Not sure when these techniques were invented, but I’m pretty sure many of those ways of sexually torturing women has already been used in the 1930s and 40s when Japan invaded China. They still bring me fear like the first time I saw them in the museum.

    • Anonymous says:

      LOL, the Japanese learned those tortures by experiencing them. They didn’t invent them. You saw them in china because china developed them.

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