February 17, 2012 The Unbiased Writer

Paying close attention to detail has always been important for Japanese artist Sagaki Keita. From a distance, Keita‘s art looks like recreations of the usual old classics, but after further review, you can see that  each piece is composed of small drawings of iconic commercial characters. Inspired by his childhood love of comics and graffiti, each piece of art is drawn directly on the paper, without creating a rough draft. Each piece of Keita’s art is a few feet in length, and on average takes anywhere from a few weeks to 10 months to complete. Check out his artwork work below, and as always, be sure to let us know what you think?


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