Friday, February 10, 2017

The Art Of Nagato Iwasaki

Wow.






More works here.



9 comments:

Steven Blumke said...

Wow! You gotta be searching for driftwood right now- this is simply amazing

wicKED said...

That is just plain creepy. Could you imagine running into a group of those at night in the woods?

Jay's Shadow said...

Awesome.

darkoakcreations said...

Maximum creepiness. Even in a group, each one looks alone. Hmm, that sounds familiar. Thanks for sharing.

Pam Morris said...

very cool and so organic, but I gotta' say that I like your version of organic better. the element of creepiness and decay that you put into your creations has no match.

Jeff said...

Had multiple people send/share these with me the last few days. Love the way they are configured.

girl6 said...

the feeling of movement is Amazing!!! that always gets me when artists are able to make a figure actually feel like it's moving when in fact it's totally immobile.

i love the first pic of the headless figure right next to a full length painting of a figure with a head. very clever, i thought it was a reflection at first. these are all SO beautiful & SO Fluid. Magic..<333

Autumnleaf said...

These are remarkable! And yes, girl6 the static motion is awesome! If you have a chance check out Heather Jansch, who does horses and other animals in the same genre.

girl6 said...

& i gotta say Autumnleaf..that a collab between these two artists, would definitely be a meeting of the minds. i loved the pic of Heather collecting driftwood on the beach, it really captured her magical self so well. beach beauty. : )