Sagaki Keita Turns Classic Art into Epic Collages

 - Mar 12, 2011
References: sagakikeita & thisiscolossal
Sagaki Keita is a young Japanese artist with a penchant for doodling; however, these aren't your typical, daydreaming throwaway doodles. Sagaki Keita turns classic works of art into collages filled with thousands of random doodles.

From afar, Sagaki Keita's art looks just like any other black and white recreation of the Mona Lisa or Brutus bust. A closer inspection reveals the thousands of tiny doodles that make up everything from the Mona Lisa's smile to Brutus' hair. The doodles themselves are often humorous, with bizarre creatures and scenes jam-packed side-by-side.

All of Sagaki Keita's works are done in pen, with most characters drawn via improvisation. Check out a few sample works in the gallery and prepare to have your mind blown.