Japan is an amazing country that has tons of awesome and unique things. May it is technology, food, culture, fashion, art, and many other things, the Japanese got them all covered.
But some of the most significant elements that you notice in Japan are their style of houses. Without taking much space, Japanese houses are aesthetically set up and most of these houses have a storefront. As much as they shine in every other category, Japanese houses too stand out as some of the most interesting things about their culture. Angela Hao, who is an American Illustrator, fell in love with these cute houses that she saw on Google street view of Japan. Her love for this amazing country made her create an amazing set of the art of houses in Japan that she studied on Google street view. Artists who cannot travel uses this mode of traveling to check out the work and it is called “Virtual Plein Air”. Scroll down to check out some of Angela’s splendid art below.
She captures the poppy colors that are on the street-side houses in Japan. A lot of houses have small storefronts on the side of the sidewalk which usually runs a family business.
The way this artist has illustrated places her skill in the spotlight. The art doesn’t look packed but is still rich with detail and colors and that is how Angela presents herself as an awesome artist.
You can visit her website to check out more of the artwork that she has designed under this project. Meanwhile, let us know what you think about these cute artworks in the comments section below.
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