About f450

F450 is the name inspired by Ray Bradbury’s novel “Fahrenheit 451”.

“Fahrenheit 451” is a story of a futuristic book in the near future, and its temperature indicates the temperature at which the paper ignites.
Fahrenheit (Fahrenheit) 450 = f 450 figuratively shows the point just before the substance “paper” fires and transforms into “a different thing”.
It means the boundary line between “substance (analog) symbolized on paper” and “non-substance like digital data”.

I’d like to do work that crosses both analog and digital domains, and it is called “f450” as a name indicating it.

Bujin HIRAI

1990 Completed Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

Started work using Apple Macintosh since 1991.
1996 – 2004 Director INFORTIA Limited Company
Freelance from 2004

1999 14th Multimedia Grand Prix Package Division Entertainment Award, etc.
2000 3rd Cultural Affairs Media Arts Festival “Digital Art · Interactive Division Excellence Award”
EDGE Awards 2000 “Game Play · Innovation Category Grand Prize” others

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