Japanese Artist Depicts Cats, Dogs, And Other Animals Using Watercolor Flower Arrangements – Design You Trust

Japanese Artist Depicts Cats, Dogs, And Other Animals Using Watercolor Flower Arrangements

Every artist has their own style of creating their art and that’s what makes them unique. For painters or drawers, it is also important what materials and colors they will use to correspond with their style.

An artist from Japan, Hiroki Takeda, is known for his colorful watercolor paintings often depicting various cute animals composed from floral motifs. His way of painting is very unique and easily recognizable, so enjoy the beautiful fusion of flora and fauna that is depicted in his art.

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