Iconic Fashion Forms into Floral Patterns

Iconic Fashion Forms into Floral Patterns

Iconic Fashion Forms into Floral Patterns

AoiroStudio08.10.20

Raku Inoue is easily the most creative person that I have ever had the chance to meet and hung out on various occasions. Currently based in Montreal, QC (Canada), Raku Inoue is a Japanese artist with numerous creative abilities. He released a series titled: Natura Patterns, a series of floral patterns handcrafted, inspired by some of the most iconic fashion forms in the world. Fueled by creativity, passion, and inspiration; it’s easy to lose yourself through the making of his creations. Particularly with this release of ‘floral patterns’, you just can’t help to notice the intensive level of details and how each piece has their accent of concept, shape, colors and etc. It’s a delight, hopefully you will give him a follow on Instagram.

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There was a time when I was really into making patterns. At that time, I was mainly using digital applications such as Adobe Illustrator and/or Photoshop as tools so today, I thought about revisiting my love of motif making.

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