Young Japanese graphic artist Marumiyan more than anything in the world he loves to draw flowers, animals and girls, because he believes that these images are "the sweetest in the world", it is pleasant to draw them, and to look at them, and fans of contemporary art of this format are also delighted. Marumiyan began his creative activity as a young boy. His father noticed his son's talent and began to inspire and guide him, developing and strengthening his creative abilities. His works are composed of many different colors and shapes. True to his preferences, the artist builds his works precisely on those favorite images that were discussed in the first paragraph. Natural objects, Marumiyan is sure, make the works alive, bright, inspiring.
Bright, filled with rich rich colors, the paintings of this author, nevertheless, cannot be called lurid and you will not complain that they are dazzling in your eyes. Using the mixed media technique, Marumiyan skillfully combines graphics and collage in one illustration, paying attention to every detail, because he believes that there are no trifles in art and each of them is valuable in its own way, important and valuable for completing the image and thought of the work.
Today the artist lives and works in the Japanese city of Fukuoka, creates illustrations and covers for magazines, CDs and books, collaborates with advertising agencies and publishing houses. And recently, Japanese design magazine MdN named the 27-year-old artist as one of the top 10 contemporary authors.
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