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Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

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Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Massive structures and piles of wreckage are the subject of Ikeda Manabu‘s work. His monumental images are filled with an incredible detail. The spires of a church and the slides of a waterpark alike are buried the debris of an overgrown civilization. It’s a dystopia reflecting the spectacle and excess of our own contemporary society.

 

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

Monuments Gone to Waste: The Art of Ikeda Manabu

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  1. Posted on August 24, 2012 by Ana

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