Saturday, October 09, 2010

Artsy Fartsy: Takagi Masakatsu







So I'm feeling pretty magically today. Lmfao.. Yes, I said pretty magically! And these pictures suit my mood right now for something beautiful, and for something mysterious and journey-like. These paintings are painted by Japanese artist, Takagi Masakatsu. I had come across him and his a work a while ago when I was researching my three piece menswear outfit. Although, this did not really inspire my work, it really inspires me, and makes me happy. :)

Happy Weekend Ya'll!! 

15 comments:

Marie said...

These are indeed magical, reminds me of being a kid when everything was just so colorful and perfect!:D

Thanks for posting, Kelly!:D Great way to start my Saturday!:D

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Courtney Erin said...

These are really beautiful!

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Ashley said...

Gorgeous! I love the colors in the last one. Very inspiring, thanks!

thelayeredpancake said...

this makes me really happy too. these prints would look so amazing on a silk scarf or a chiffon blouse...sigh!
good luck on your mens wear outfit.

Jen said...

These are really pretty! I like the first one best.

KcomeKarolina said...

wow! it's a pure magic!
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Smarla said...

It is really inspiring :D I love the play on colors :)

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THESE ARE BEAUTIFUL!
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Anonymous said...

wow, these are so cool! thanks for sharing, i love it..so surreal and magical and wonderful (:

Aki No Yuutsu said...

These pics are truely magical... So dreamy and... just... WOW...

Fashion Cents said...

wow I love the colors!

Beautifully Invisible said...

Those are beautiful. Love his use of color and the surreal feel of the images. Thanks for sharing!

Ania Alonso said...

Grear `pictures!!!

A-N-N-A said...

wow this pics are amazing...the colours are so nice....esp. the first one.

Anonymous said...

The art is nice, the reference to "artsy fartsy" is not loved my artists...by the way. ;-)

 
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