Looking at this installation by Yosuke Goda, I'm reminded of the doodles I use to do in my school notebooks when I should have been paying attention. Only I wasn't nearly as talented as Goda and the scale was never this ambitious.
Yosuke Goda is a Japanese artist and, as you can see, his sketchy doodle art style is intricate and surrealistic. What's truly amazing about this particular installation, though, is that Goda invites viewers to walk right on top of his artwork in order to fully immerse themselves in the experience of his art. He pretty much covers the entire floor with his masterpieces and manages to fill up most of a huge wall as well.
This wall installation is inspiring me to grab a pencil and some paint to decorate my bedroom in a similarly trippy manner.
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