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Kazuki Takamatsu
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Kazuki Takamatsu

Takamatsu’s death-mapping technique is as unique as it is painstakingly intricate, combining drawing, aerographer, gouache paints, and digital design. White and black metaphorically express the ambiguity.

Kazuki Takamatsu

Kazuki Takamatsu 34, was born and lives in Japan, a country known for its picturesque landscapes and high suicide rates. This dualism contributes to permeating his artwork with beautiful melancholy. Takamatsu’s death-mapping technique is as unique as it is painstakingly intricate, combining drawing, aerographer, gouache paints, and digital design. “White and black metaphorically express the ambiguity of positive and negative, good and evil, race and religion,” he writes. “By combining modern digital CG materials with analog materials, I am trying to document the emotions that young boys and girls feel towards modern systemized society… and the congruence of humans and digital society.”

Kazuki Takamatsu

If you woke up, you would be in a new world. Meticulous shades of black and white, the artist’s distinctive trait, digitally printed on silk.


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