Now we’ve all heard of drawings formed by putting together stones, glasses, papers, etc. But today is going to be a bit different as the illustrations you’re going to see below are formed by drawings as well. Small and numerous doodle drawings created and put together to create a bigger picture.
Sagaki Keita is a Japanese artist who has created these amazing drawings. Keita relates his works to the concept of “whole and part” wherein all things are composed of a whole and part. For example, A human is a “whole”, composed of trillions of cells but is also a “part”, as a person is part of a bigger organization like a family, a community, etc. With his drawings, you can observe that his small drawings creates a bigger image when combined together. Scroll down and observe these cool artworks. Come, take a peek, and enjoy!
Expedia City Breaks:Paris
The Great Wave off Kanagawa from the series 36 Views of Mt.Fuji
Expedia City Breaks:London
Expedia City Breaks:Moscaw
Cupid and Psyche
Diskophoros half-length statue
Slave half-length statue
Torso of Venus de Milo
The last supper
The last supper
Would you mind receiving a flower
Check out Sagai Keita’s other works on his website. You can share what you think on his works by leaving a comment below.
Keita’s concept of whole and part is an interesting concept as it suggests a borderless connection. It advocates that we are both a whole in ourselves and at the same time a part of something bigger, like our world. Going further, our world is a “whole” in its own as well, but it is also a “part” of something bigger like our universe. And it goes on and on, boundless, just like our imagination, where it knows no limits.
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it’s so difficult..the artist has a great attitude of being patience..
I’ve already seen a doodle drawings from your past post and I like,how much more today!!??
The doodle drawing in wriggle night is not clear.
A little bit misleading.
Very creative work…
it’s already nice but what if he use a colored pen?I’m looking forward on it.
Brilliant talent for Sagaki…it’s cool!!
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