Macoto Murayama

13.10.09 § Leave a comment

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Quoted from designboom.com:

“based on his research of botanical drawings and photography the japanese artist macoto murayama created the collection ‘inorganic flora’: a new form of plant depiction that transcends accepted (common, usual) horizons of botanical illustration’.”

MORE:http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/10/view/7860/macoto-murayama-inorganic-flora.html

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