Glitchy wood carvings by Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

Yoshitoshi Kanemaki a Japanese based artist creates intricate wood carvings with a delicate paint finish.

Yoshitoshi’s masterful control over the medium enables him to manipulate it as he wishes, creating illusions of stretching and glitches. Thus introducing these visuals into our dimension which otherwise may be expected to be seen through a digital medium.  

揺・カプリス TAYUTA Capris

振感アナグリフ Swing Anaglyph

眩感ディジー

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