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Educated in Australia but currently based in Japan, artist Sean Edward Whelan creates figurative pencil drawings based around architecture. Culling inspiration from the shrines and temples of Japan as well as Edo period wood block prints, the drawings feature kinetic figures erected from these ancient structures of safekeeping and worship. Engaged in various stances, the cities housed within their forms remain stable, illuminating the longevity of the original structures. View more images below.

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