Cool Colours and Cut Out-like Shading by Bruno Mangyoku

Bruno Mangyoku’s work has a lightness to it that keeps a sense of openness and space within even the most bustling of cities he depicts. Cool colours and well-balanced combinations of forms give his scenes a refreshing feeling of stillness and calm.

In his more figurative illustrations, Bruno cleverly plays with paper cut out-like blocks of shading to add depth in a layered way.

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© Bruno Mangyoku, 2016

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