Image courtesy of Hiroe Saeki
I am not actually sure why Hiroe Saeki is considered Micropop, but his work was amazing. The detail on the images is striking. In some areas of the work above, Saeki used tiny circles to fill in the different sections. They were TINY. Each circle was smashed right up to the next. It looks like each circle was meticulously drawn. It makes the whole work more delicate. I also love his use of negative space. The image itself is excellent, but the space to the left brings it all together to me. Her work would be a great way to explain negative space to my students and how it can be effective. To see more work, look here.