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A World Drawn Together by Dots

Student designer/artist Miharu Mitsunaga has created a series of stunning portraits and photographs by covering her subjects with a multitude of tiny hand-painted dots. Her architecturally based series, titled “Ten-Ten” (dots in Japanese), symbolically illustrates the bond between man, woman, family, friend, adult, child and nationality through covering spaces with mostly red dots in her signature pattern. Her series “Graduation Work,” takes the concept one step further covering subjects with linear white dots across their bodies, effectively creating a union across perceived differences in culture, race, sex and age. Beautiful.

Find more of Mitsunaga’s work, including some great package design, at miharumatsunaga.com

Via: spoon-tamago.com

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1 Comments

  1. Jenaesays:

    this is amazing and it looks it would be time consuming, but rewarding because its beautiful…especially when its done on people

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