30-year-old Japanese artist Mao Nakada is known for his modern twist on traditional Japanese woodblock printing.
The traditional technique starts when the artist draws on a washi, a thin paper used to transfer the material, which is then glued onto a plank. Using a small instrument, the washi is then pressed against the paper, which transfers the image. Nakada combines this technique with his own to create beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces.His illustrations are rich in color and full of emotion, so much so that they hold your gaze.
via [Galleria Grafica Tokio]