The Japanese artist MAKERS SPACE finds his inspiration in his pixels with strong colors, thus resulting in simple but sophisticated works. Each tone mixes in a certain rhythm, combining prosaic and complicated forms. MAKERS SPACE thus illustrates the ordinary aspect of the world in an atypical way.
His work started on social media where his “Pixelation” photo series featured people becoming pixelated. It shed light on a current issue, namely the overexposure of our lives, which we nevertheless wish to be private: by being pixelated.
Today, his pixelated vision of the world is exported to canvases and sculptures. The artist returns to the primitive aspect of color cubes, each creation becomes the user’s filter, where name and identity disappear in favor of creation…