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Yosuke Ueno's Art: Not for the Color Blind

According to Yosuke Ueno, a versatile visual artist from Japan, art is a significant tool for communication. The reason why he keeps on drawing is because people enjoy his work. Find out why after the jump!

Photo via www.spaceegg77.com

Surreal art becomes even more surreal when decorated and diversified with different colors and hues, such as the stunning work of Yosuke Ueno, a Japanese painter and sculptor. There is an exceptional charm that seems to radiate from each rainbow-colored artwork and the characters are just undeniably lovable. These eye candies are proofs:

Yosuke Ueno’s art are made into various merchandise, such as pillows, smartphone cases, etcetera. He does sculpture. Unfortunately, these are already sold out. They are still worth looking at, so here they are:

Yosuke Ueno says that art is his language and with it, he hopes to create a world of peace contrasting the violence. This is also why his art exudes love, positive energy, and space. His sychedelic artworks are currently shown in Los Angeles’ Affordable Art Fair from January 18 to 22, 2012.

Information and images on this article were taken from Yosuke Ueno’s official website — www.spaceegg77.com and Facebook Page.

written by emulsional

1 comment

  1. liquorice


    He has so lovely artworks (:

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