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    NEW ABOUT: Rock Art forms by Hirotoshi Itoh

  • Barbara Picci

    #Scultura di Hirotoshi Ito #arte #art #stoneart #hirotoshiIto

  • Jenn Brown

    Hirotoshi Ito, "Laughing Stone", Sculpture, Natural stone, Zipper & Dentures, Japan, 2011

  • Michelle Whittle

    Hirotoshi Itoh Stone Art

  • Allison

    The Amazing Stone Sculptures Of Hirotoshi Itoh, page 1

  • Michelle Albert

    The incredible stone sculptures of Japanese artist Hirotoshi Ito, who manages to give a feeling of flexibility and softness to the hardness of the stone.

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