While this article discusses the philosophical and even spiritual relevance of the cultural imprint of individual artists' work, especially for artists originating in a unique environment such as that of Japan, its main purpose is to address how artists capture the character of physical place, whether consciously or subconsciously, when producing creative work in a virtual environment, and how recent artists are exploring their desire to produce tangible objects from their virtual creations.

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