The result of Nagi Sakai’s work is creative, yet its concept is inherently simple. Having published in Vogue, this photographer’s portfolio is beyond impressive. These paint spots slabbed on top of the photographed portraits changes the focal point of the final results. Most, if not all, of the paint spots hinders a comprehensive view of the model’s face. It is also interesting in terms of the visual contrast between the colourful spots on top of a B&W photograph. It truly adds another dimension to the artist’s work.
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