Tokyo-Based Artist Miki Takahashi Launches New Double-Exposure Pics – Design You Trust

Tokyo-Based Artist Miki Takahashi Launches New Double-Exposure Pics


Three years have past since Miki Takahashi published her popular multiple exposure series “Look,” “Inside” and “In Urban Sense”. Recently launching new photos — her first series “Utakata” displays various greeneries and rain drops overlaying and intertwining with a female face (which looks to be the face of the artist). The second series “Redolent of Flowers” is not double-exposure related, but absolutely gorgeous portraiture and still life done in a photographic poster style.

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