HASHi(Yasuomi Hashimura) was born in Osaka, Japan. He moved to the U.S. in 1968, and established Hashi Studio in New York in 1974. Working for a multitude of advertising agencies in America and around the world, he has created images for over five hundred of the world’s top companies and brands.


Alongside his commercial career, Hashi has continuously worked on his fine art photography. In 1985, his work titled Rainbow In Space was created for WFUNA (World Federation of United Nations Associations) as a limited edition art print to accompany the commemorative stamp issue honoring the United Nations University. Previous selections for UN limited edition art prints have included such legendary artists as Salvador Dali, Joan Mir6, Keith Haring, and Andy Warhol. Other representative works of Hashi include Cheers (selected for Esquire Magazine’s Fiftieth Anniversary Poster), Four Stones, Buffalo Dream, his Native American series, the Future Deja Vu series which explores the world of Hashigraphy, and his A  Moment’s Eternity series that represents his Action Still Life works.





• Hashigraphy: Rome: Future Déjà Vu


• Hashigraphy: future déjà vu (2006)

• Still Life: a moment’s eternity (2006)

• The Eternity of a 100,000th of a

   Second with text by Wahei Tatematsu



• ON BURMA By HASHI (1989)

• American Indians by Hashi (1989)

Solo Exhibitions

2009  ROME: Future Déjà Vu by HASHi

       National Museum of Western Art,


2006  HASHI(Yasuomi Hashimura) Exhibition

       a moment ’s eternity & future déjà vu

       Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography,


1989  Seibu Yurakucho Art Forum, Tokyo

1985  Mikimoto Gallery, Tokyo

1985  RAINBOW IN SPACE, New York



Group Exhibitions

2005  EPSON MAXART Day for Photographers,

       Tokyo, and four cities

1998  International Exhibition of Photography &

       Related Visual Arts,

       Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan

1997  International Exhibition of Photography &

       Related Visual Arts,

       National Taiwan Arts Education Institute, Taiwan

1989  New York 5, New York Art Directors Club,

       New York

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