@kenjihirata describes his artwork as being strongly inspired by nature, music, the hand painted signage of Southeast Asia and futurism. And, it all makes perfect sense. These inspirational elements are clearly apparent, at least to me and similarly they add up to an aesthetic experience that feels far, far greater than the sum of its describable/explainable parts.
Hirata's work seems to form a sort of narrative universe, born of symbol, color, form, proportion, composition and medium in which his creations thrive and communicate the potential of a better, more balanced, brighter future. Have a look at his work, take it in, and draw your own conclusions. Then watch this movie and start over at the beginning.