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[Hokusai vs Caustic soda/Akira Fujimoto]  Akira Fujimoto uses caustic soda to dissolve the print of "Under the Wave, off Kanagawa / Thirty-six Views of Mt Fuji", a symbol of Japanese Ukiyoe, by Hokusai Katsushika.  This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Hokusai vs Caustic soda/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses caustic soda to dissolve the print of "Under the Wave, off Kanagawa / Thirty-six Views of Mt Fuji", a symbol of Japanese Ukiyoe, by Hokusai Katsushika. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Gogh vs Caustic soda/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses caustic soda to dissolve the print of "sunflowers" by Vincent van Gogh, a symbol of insanity. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.N

[Gogh vs Caustic soda/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses caustic soda to dissolve the print of "sunflowers" by Vincent van Gogh, a symbol of insanity. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.N

[Warhol vs Water/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of Campbell’s Soup (VEGETABLE) by Andy Warhol , a symbol of pop art. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Warhol vs Water/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of Campbell’s Soup (VEGETABLE) by Andy Warhol , a symbol of pop art. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Kilgore vs Water/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of Lt. Col. William "Bill" Kilgore in the movie called "Apocalypse Now", a symbol of justice. This is the contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 02: Transition" series that is an attempt to symbolize a well-known object into something new.

[Kilgore vs Water/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of Lt. Col. William "Bill" Kilgore in the movie called "Apocalypse Now", a symbol of justice. This is the contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 02: Transition" series that is an attempt to symbolize a well-known object into something new.

[M.J vs Ungluing solvent/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses ungluing solvent to dissolve the picture print of Michael Jackson, a symbol of pop star, This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[M.J vs Ungluing solvent/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses ungluing solvent to dissolve the picture print of Michael Jackson, a symbol of pop star, This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[C3PO/R2D2 vs Water/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of C3PO and R2D2, the symbols of movie characters. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[C3PO/R2D2 vs Water/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of C3PO and R2D2, the symbols of movie characters. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[EVA vs Ungluing solvent/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses ungluing solvent to dissolve the picture print of Rei Ayanami, a symbol of Japanese Animation. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[EVA vs Ungluing solvent/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses ungluing solvent to dissolve the picture print of Rei Ayanami, a symbol of Japanese Animation. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Da Vinci vs Caustic soda/Akira Fujimoto]  Akira Fujimoto uses chemicals to dissolve the print of Mona Lisa, a symbol of beauty, to be destroyed. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Da Vinci vs Caustic soda/Akira Fujimoto] Akira Fujimoto uses chemicals to dissolve the print of Mona Lisa, a symbol of beauty, to be destroyed. This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Google vs Water] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of the Google top-page image, a symbol of internet This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

[Google vs Water] Akira Fujimoto uses water to dissolve the print of the Google top-page image, a symbol of internet This is the way of contemporary art expression that substitute a color and drawing, which are basic two elements of painting, for a symbol and chemical reaction. One of the "RECODE 01: Icon" series that is an attempt to symbolize an iconic object into something new.

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