Yuki Matsueda

Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket 'While most designers are busying adding more and more elements into their artworks, Japan-based Yuki Matsueda has, however, managed to let some elements escape from his art pieces. The result seems quite amazing… A vivid 3D image is successfully created and all the elements are believed to be more shocking than those stay still on paper.' Photobucket Photobucket

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  1. ieb

    Different. Good.

  2. Marty Dusek

    How can I purchase some of your work?

  3. hiya

    wow, its so pretty and beautiful, specially the eggs……
    love the idea and the concept ..

  4. Nice! Loved the concept!

  5. Cara

    I have a question. how did you come up with the idea what was your inspiration and what significance has the work to you?

  6. These are really incredible. I’d love to have some of these on my wall, makes a change from the usual boring stuff you normally see.

  7. Very, very impressive, i like. 🙂

  8. laura

    this is amazing work!! the ace is my favorite 😀 please keep doing this sort of thing because its great!

  9. Sonal

    This is pretty awesome !
    the effect is just beautiful !

  10. How fantastic, love the playing cards!

  11. Guillaume F-G

    Really cool stuff.

  12. fantastic work. keep it up

  13. Looks very funny, if there’s no glass all this could run away!!)))

  14. Lorens95

    extraordinary 🙂

  15. blade badar

    this art is amazing my day has just been made thank you for the great idea.

  16. Wow! this is really amazing!

  17. Oh my gosh, these are wonderful!!! The cards are amazing; please keep this up! 🙂

  18. rudholf

    that’s really creative idea.. i like this.

  19. Yuki your art is out of this world!

  20. Is it true that this is not a 3D image, but rather a 2D sculpture?

  21. wow…


    amazing art…

  22. WOW, that is amazing. 🙂

  23. nandan purkayastha

    amazing concept yuki,,, grt to watch such work,, dats really inspiring .hope to see ur new form of collection soon.. cheers.

  24. keshore


  25. creativity in its purest!

  26. The cards are definitely my favorite of all of them.

  27. that is amazing and so Beautiful

  28. Nice job indeed!

  29. stickman

    Not really sure why people are giving such a hard time to the people who didn’t like this; surely that’s the point of having a comments box to begin with, to get a varied perspective. Any artist (of any capacity) worth their salt knows that negative comments are more useful than positive one’s. How are you ever supposed to grow as an artist if everyone is just licking your arse all the time? Honesty is beyond valuable folks, it may not always be want you want to hear, but ultimately probably what you need to hear.

  30. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on graphic
    design. Regards

  31. L’ensemble de ces post sont vraiment attractifs

  32. Looks Great… Nice Job Indeed

  33. really beautiful … amazing

  34. beautiful beautiful beautiful

  35. Thanks for sharing

  36. really nice… tnx for sharing.!

  37. Paul

    I really like your art work, I’ll go to Tokyo in early March, can you pls give me the name of gallery that i can see your art work in person? Thanks.

  38. to say I love reading your blog and look forward to all your posts! Keep up the great work!

  39. Thank you ever so for you article post.Really looking forward to read more. Much obliged.

  40. Thank you ever so for you article post.Really looking forward to read more. Much obliged.

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  42. Very nice post. Amazing creative work. Thanks for sharing. Wants more.

  43. Cute Designer’s job. I like modern art!

  44. Amazing art, I wonder what kind of plastic is that wrapping the canvas.

  45. artil

    amazing specially the eggs

  46. andrew

    I like the idea, but there’s no diversity, you kept hammering the same idea..

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