Daisuke Okamoto

Daisuke Okamoto’s drawing “OKAINA IMAGE” investigates the cycle of life in the complex, biomorphic, narratives of the organic. Influence by all that are sci-fi, Japanese nationalism and psychedelic culture; Okamoto’s drawings are intricate systems of penmanship.
Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, and currently living and working in Los Angeles, Okamoto represents the idea of the hybrid in both identity and transformation.
Drawn with a passion for mark making, Okamoto employs repetitive line drawing in ink to work for as long as years on a single drawing.


Portfolio:

ART

ART of OKAINA IMAGE

Mushpace “Mushpace”

15" x 20"
ink on paper

Flying Whale “Flying Whale ”

Mural at Santa Monica, CA

Represent LA “Represent LA”

Mural At Popkiller, Downtown LA

Neverlanding 1969 “Neverlanding 1969”

24" x 30"
Ink on paper

Mother's Brain “Mother's Brain”

11" x 14"
ink on paper

Art of National Flags

Organic Nationalism

Made in Mexico “Made in Mexico”

10" x 8"
Ink and marker on paper