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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Neon Gypsy 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.

Joni James said...

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

 
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