This illustration by Sagaki Keita uses pen and ink "doodle" drawings to illustrate different statues and monuments. To create weight and shading, he differentiates how dense the doodles are. The ones that make up the sky around the tower are drawn with a thinner line and are larger than the doodles used for other darker parts of the illustration.

Doodle Drawings That Form Classic Works of Art, Statues & Monuments

Expedia City Breaks:Paris by Sagaki Keita, a japanese artist who reshapes a drawing or a work of art and fills it with relevant micro-details.

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Crazy Pen and Ink Illustrations by Sagaki Keita

Japanese artist Sagaki Keita recently updated his portfolio with a number of new works from Keita creates composite pen and ink illustrations using thousands of densely scribbled doodles, goofy characters seemingly born from the

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Crazy Pen and Ink Illustrations by Sagaki Keita

Keita Sagaki Covers the USA in Doodles

Keita Sagaki Covers the USA in Doodles

Keita Sagaki, “San Fran” “ Manic doodler Keita Sagaki updated his portfolio with recent works and he appears to be shifting his focus to the USA. From afar, the old Tokyo-based artist.

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Keita Sagaki’s Doodle-Filled Take On Art “Classics”

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Japanese Keita Sagaki creates dense made up of incredibly.

Keita Sagaki Mona Lisa

Keita Sagaki’s Doodle-Filled Take On Art “Classics”

Can You Identify the Images Hidden in the Art?

New York Times Square by Sagaki Keita - pen and ink illustrations which are composed of thousands of tinier drawings.


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