The Art of Mizuno MasakiTuesday, September 02, 2014
The contemporary art is now simply full of talent. New gorgeous Brazilian models, Los Angeles photographers and French designers, are making fashion history every single day. The Japanese master Mizuno Masaki is one artist that is not well known to the general public but has an incredible success. He is a talented illustrator and art director that is now making his first steps in the fashion industry. The amazing artist is a proud resident of Tokyo city. His images are full of elegance and the way he works with the pencil and with the watercolors is simply, breathtaking. Even if most of his illustrations depict naked girls, they are full of chic and life.
Famous fashion houses often invite Masaki to draw their collections. The Japanese artist has depicted the models in pieces of clothing from brands, like Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Maison Martin Margiela, Miu Miu, Nina Ricci, Prada, Balenciaga and Alexander McQueen. The artist claims that by creating the watercolor, acrylic and pencil drawings of naked or fashionable dressed girls, he primarily seeks to express their inner feelings and vibes. His work is an expression of the inner psychology and self-reflection through art. Mizuno says that it is important for the audience to get a glimpse of his own point of view and way of feeling and tasting life and art. What a beautiful way to express his attitude towards art and fashion…
Masaki Mizuno was born 1971, in the province of Ishikawa, Japan. He graduated a very famous school in Tokyo-the Bunka Fashion College. After graduation, he started creating illustrations for the fashion industry while alternating them with different personal ideas. The sensuality and fragility that can be seen and felt in the Masaki’s works, are unique. The combination between the traditional materials and techniques, the addition of innovative ways to paint with acrylic, pencil, gouache and airbrushing and the personal point of view on fashion, are what makes Masaki so genuine and successful. Fashion has to deal not only with clothes, shoes and accessories. It is an industry based 100% on art that’s created by people like Mizuno Masaki.