Dec 30, 2012

Sagaki Keita Recreates Classic Painting With Cartoon Doodles


By on Sunday, December 30, 2012


From a distance, these look like normal sketches of classic paintings like the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, but a closer look reveals these amazingly intricate artworks are created from thousands and thousands of childlike sketches. The artist who created them is Sagaki Keita.

Blending abstract cartoon animals and iconic characters such as Ronald McDonald in his hand-drawn creations, the artist combines his training in the arts with a childhood love of comics and graffiti to create the whimsical pictures. Sagaki’s works are completely improvised and drawn directly onto paper without being drafted first.










1 comments:

  1. I think that the person who made these is a serious CHINK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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