The Portraits Created by Meguru Yamaguchi Mesmerize with Color

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Jun 30, 2013 • References: meguruyamaguchi & spoon-tamago
These eye-catching sculptures by Meguru Yamaguchi showcase an array of artist's influences including Japanese graffiti, pop-art and collage.

According to Spoon & Tamago Blog, "Using what he calls a 'cut-and-paste' technique, Yamaguchi samples elements of painting, collage acrylics and spray paint to create works 'reminiscent of Hip-Hop samplings from the 70s." This exhilarating series dances with color and the blending of mediums and materials such as collage, acrylics and canvas.

Meguru Yamaguchi blends strucutre with an explosion of color for his work, going so far as to have been deemed a 'Digital Impressionist.' This forward-thinking series captivates with its seamless blend of genres. It is dynamic in its approach to sculpture and will surely entice lovers of cutting-edge visual art. Stats for Spellbinding Collage Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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