Paintings of starry-eyed children by Hikari Shimoda

Creepy and cute all in one.

Hikari Shimoda an artist based in Japan creates illustrative oil paintings of starry-eyed children.

Shimoda’s work gives off a sense of an underlying creepiness and horror all while being presented through a sugar-coated lens of cuteness which gives his work its distinct juxtapose atmosphere.

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