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Josh Mizusawa Prints


Joshua Mizusawa


Growing up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as the fourth child in a mixed-race family, Joshua soaked in Japanese and Hispanic traditions. Whether slurping down pozole during Christmas or munching on a steaming bowl of rice for breakfast, his art is a mashup of his hometown's vibrant colors and culture combined with a deep appreciation for his Japanese and Hispanic roots. Joshua's current artistic style is all about clean, smooth lines paired with carefully selected colors. His aim is to create artworks that hold deep meaning and evoke emotions in the spaces they occupy. For him, art is not just a means of expressing himself; it's a process of seamlessly blending different facets of his identity into a beautiful visual.

“In my younger years, my art journey kicked off with a trusty college-ruled notebook. I would doodle people, aliens, and create funky robots, losing myself for hours in my own little creative haven. Over time, that childhood love for art evolved into a deep appreciation for pieces that blend design, skill, and a big dose of creativity. I draw inspiration from legends like Katsushika Hokusai, the creator behind "36 Views of Mount Fuji" and "The Great Wave," as well as Takashi Murakami, the contemporary artist blending pop culture with fine art. I'm inspired by those who push the boundaries of art.”

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