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Kenji Aoki's Photo Works Get Split-Screened

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published:   Updated: Jul 18 2011 • References: loudreams
Kenji Aoki, a photographer from Tokyo, Japan, specializes in split photography. This type of art shows one side of his work separated from the other.

It is said that Kenji’s inspirations are driven by the late Richard Avedon and Miles Davis.

Check out the gallery to see how Kenji’s split photography seems to work as a whole and to see how crystal clear some of his shots are.

Implications - No longer satisfied with art that is just aesthetically pleasing, consumers are looking for designs that push the limits. Products that feature a cutting-edge style are appealing to shoppers who want to stay modern throughout all of the purchases they make.

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