Being the first time Araki worked on large-scale paintings, he said that he “struggled because there were many things he didn’t foresee, like the amount of painting material that was required or the time needed for paints to dry.” The character he is working on here is Killer Queen, a popular ‘stand.’
PHOTOGRAPH BY MIE MORIMOTO
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