Macoto Murayama, Satsuki azalea-ⅰ-b, digital c-print, Ed.3. More info on www.frantic.jp.
C. morifolium - Macto Murayama, a CG illustrator highlights the mechanical structure of flowers
Latyrus odoratus L - top view - ow - reduction
Macoto Murayama, Narcissus tazetta L. var. chinensis M.Roem - front view - b, digital c-print, 150x100cm, 2013
During Brussels edition of Fotofever Art Fair in October Frantic Gallery will be happy to present the first work of Macoto Murayama from his Inorganic Flora Carpet series, in which numerous flowers from his previous researches will be brought in one plane and combined in a captivating 3-dimensional Flora Labyrinth. Here are some preliminary images that might give you an idea of the eventual high-tech carpets.