Colorful Internet Collages by Kazuki Umezawa
We live in a time where “Internet art” is now a thing, a time where “vaporwave” is becoming more than just a Tumblr trend, and gifs and midi music, relics of the ’90s Internet age, are becoming pieces of the larger web art scene. Japanese artist Kazuki Umezawa is just another name in the growing list of Internet artists, and his collages of anime eyes, web forums, and screenshots create a world that looks like the mind of the Internet. Umezawa predominately works with deconstructing anime, using favorite characters and screenshots and then combining them into a larger, newer image. The results are like what Tumblr and deviantArt would look like if they took a dump on a piece of canvas, and we mean that in a good way!
The pictures above were taken from 2014′s Empty God Core exhibit at B2OA gallery, but you can view more of his work on his sprawling portfolio. He also has a daily image page of gifs, doodles, and other random stuff to poke through.