Rob Sato

“Radian Futura”

“Buzz Bomb”

“The Inanimate God”

“Peace At Last In A Future Passed”

“Metal After Math”

“The Hatchery”

“The Sleeping Pack”

Los Angeles-based artist Rob Sato produces rich, detailed imagery, mixing scenes of stark horror, quiet beauty, and humor. His heavily yet subtly narrative paintings tend to walk in a tense space between the observed and imagined world, and the massive amount of back story evident in every image rewards long, hard looks.  Read More

When you dive into the realm of Rob Sato’s imagination, you emerge in a very visceral place, where unsavory biology and our baser instincts are lampooned with gleeful abandon. Here, fleshy things burst, splatter, mutate, rot and give birth to new generations of strange, greedy organisms that will inevitably continue the cycle. Although this riotous mayhem might initially suggest superficial self-indulgence, Rob’s work is firmly grounded in an astute understanding of history and the hypocritical absurdity of mankind’s “greatest” endeavors.  Read Interview with Rob Sato

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