Danilo Kato


Danilo Kato was born in Brazil but moved to Japan. His home was a large influence in his work as he was born in Brazil around the time where baroque was trendy and there was amazing architecture. His website puts him under three categories, artworks, doodles and selected work. Personally I really enjoy his doodles, his work altogether is extremely detailed, usually in graphite, watercolour, ink or all three. There’s a common theme throughout his work, which is girls/dolls. A paragraph on his website sums up his work really well:

With passion for everything rich in details, adding his natural curiosity about people, nature and their behaviours, his drawings translate a peculiar world of himself: there’s imaginary little monsters, magic flowers, explosive plants, death, life, pain, and mostly love.

Visit his website, here.


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