Will you let them
control your desire?
Will you let them neuter you?
Don't be afraid,
don't be ashamed,
don't seal it.
Sex is sexier when you own it
Let's go to Madam Woo

Sakuma Yumiko



Born in 1983, Pisces. YOSHIROTTEN is an artist who moves between multiple realms, such as fine art and commercial art, digital and physical, urban youth culture and the natural world.

After solo exhibitions in Tokyo, London, and Berlin, YOSHIROTTEN held a large-scale exhibition "FUTURE NATURE" at TOLOT heuristic SHINONOME in 2018.

Under the theme of "visualization of invisibles", he presented a huge installation combining two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and video works in a space of 1,300 square meters. Since then, YOSHIROTTEN has been active internationally: he participated in the Tokyo Pop Underground exhibition at Jeffrey Deitch in New York, and his "Resolution" series, which reconstructs photographs by Daido Moriyama and Wing Shya, was exhibited at Isetan Shinjuku, Tokyo, and then in Guangdong, China, and Hong Kong.

In 2021, YOSHIROTTEN began working on the "SUN" series, which consists of 365 digital images depicting the silver sun in a variety of media, including installations, aluminum prints, NFT, vinyl records, and books.

He is also an art director with a wide range of clients from European and American luxury fashion brands, domestic and international musicians, Tokyo underground clubs to contemporary art fairs.
With his own design studio YAR, he handles a vast amount of work in almost all areas of commercial visual arts, including advertising, events, logotypes, interior/exterior design, web, and video.

Two collections of his works, "GASBOOK28 YOSHIROTTEN" and "GASBOOK33 YOSHIROTTEN" were published from GASBOOK.
Hajime Sorayama
Born in February 22, 1947 is a Japanese illustrator known, along for his design work on the original Sony AIBO, for his precisely detailed, erotic portrayals of feminine robots. He describes his highly detailed style as "superrealism", which he says "deals with the technical issue of how close one can get to one's object."

Modern English-language editions of Sorayama's art books give his name as Hajime Sorayama, using conventional Western order, with given name followed by surname. Some older publications give his name as Sorayama Hajime, using native Japanese name order, which puts the family name first.