Interconnected Illustrative Art by Sagaki Keita

Posted by Ploi Malakul | March 28th, 2011 Share

Sagaki Keita

Everything in the work of japanese illustration artist Sagaki Keita is interconnected and in constant flux. Keita‘s works are composed of thousands of tiny characters and drawings, forming a big detailed painting. Everything seems related to each other in his drawings. One can’t live without the other. Very impressive and cool.

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