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Japanese Artist, Makoto Murayama, Shows Beauty Inside of Flowers

 - Sep 28, 2009   Updated: Jul 14 2011
References: pcedu.pconline.cn & pinktentacle
25-year-old Makoto Murayama is a Japanese CG(computer graphics) illustrator, but apparently he is also qualified to be a botanist judged by the recent pictures he did for DCA - a digital creation contest sponsored by Japan’s top chemical industry guru Toray.

Inspired by some mediaeval European exquisite botanical drawings, Murayama created quite a vision of plants’ mechanical structure, showing us the radiant original beauty of the flowers in our living rooms.

Implications - Tired of the bevy of dark styles emerging, contemporary consumers are looking for ways to stay simple. Products featuring a subtler aesthetic are appealing to those who want to be reminded of more classic times.