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The Work of Ikeda Manabu

Juxtapoz // Friday, 02 Aug 2013

Japanese artist Ikeda Manabu begins his process with a giant blank canvas, a small acryclic pen, and no iea what the final piece will look like. He can spend eight hourse a day, for years on a single drawing that spans an entire wall. The incredibly detailed drawings watch traditional Japanese architecture clash with treet roots, water, birds and fish!

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