Artist Shohei Takasaki has these colorful paintings that he describes as “impossibleness” or “inbetweenness.” While we were not painting in class, his work is similar to what we have been doing—creating abstract art. In class, we designed abstract compositions to represent a sound. While we were each designing based on our own minds, the work still offers the viewer room for open-ended interpretation. This is similar to Takasaki’s work, which is left for viewers to interpret. I like how each of his art pieces are very unique, just like our different artboards can be described. His paintings are colorful and could be stared at for hours to notice everything that is going on.

Check out the article and his other paintings here.

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