Inorganic Flora by Macoto Murayama

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In his debut collection of digital prints, Japanese artist Macoto Murayama combines artistic design, historical study, and biological investigation to create stunningly technical images. The art is the result of a time consuming process that involves photographing, sketching, digital rendering, and 3D modeling. When the print is finished, Murayama completes the piece by framing it into transparent plexiglass. A perfect synergy between ethereal and technical, the botanical images are a modern interpretation of an ancient practice.

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Murayama’s collection will be on exhibition at Tokyo’s Frantic Gallery December 9-11. To see more of Murayama’s unique step-by-step process, check out this article on designboom.

Images: designboom

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