Tsunehisa Kimura

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Tsunehisa Kimura (木村恒久, Kimura Tsunehisa; 1928–2008[1]) was a Japanese artist who created works using photomontage. His montages often contain themes of surreal urban destruction and chaos, or juxtaposition of man-made monuments and natural phenomena.

He provided the cover artwork to Midnight Oil's 1984 album Red Sails in the Sunset. Additionally, altered versions of one of his works appear as cover art for Climax Blues Band's 1980 album Flying the Flag and Cut Copy's 2011 album Zonoscope. Cut Copy would eventually go on to win the Artisan Award for Best Cover Art at the ARIA Music Awards of 2011.


  1. ^ "ヴァニラで木村恒久のグラフィック展、柏木博のトークも". 銀座新聞ニュース. Retrieved 15 June 2010.

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