Awesome art by Kagaya

Fantasy Railroad in Autumn

Kagaya Yutaka is a Japanese digital artist born in 1968 who is known for painting elaborately detailed and spectacularly colored images. His images often include elements with a luminous quality. Some of his favorite subjects are astronomy and visions of utopian worlds. Among his most famous works are Celestial Exploring, Galactic Railroad, and Starry Tales.

Born in Saitama (just north of Tokyo) in 1968, Kagaya spent his childhood in wonderment of the stars in the sky, and never stopped painting them. He has had a successful career as an illustrator for astronomical books and magazines, and many of his works have been turned into jigsaw puzzles, among other products. Since 1996, he has worked exclusively in the digital medium, using a Macintosh. Perhaps that is why he does not appear to sign his pictures.

He goes by his family name; his given name appears to be Yutaka, but in English you will also find him called Joh Kagaya (Jô is the Chinese reading of his name).

The Way to Fantasy Railroad

The Way to Fantasy Railroad

Navigation around Stars

Navigation around Stars

Madonna Blue

Madonna Blue

Kagaya zodiac Pisces

Kagaya – zodiac Pisces

Kagaya zodiac Libra

Kagaya – zodiac Libra

Kagaya zodiac Capricornus

Kagaya – zodiac Capricornus

Kagaya The celestial Railroad

Kagaya – The celestial Railroad

Kagaya story tales Kaguya

Kagaya – story tales Kaguya

Kagaya starry tales Pleiades

Kagaya – starry tales Pleiades

kagaya space the universe

kagaya – space the universe

Kagaya space   Unknown planets

Kagaya – space Unknown planets

Kagaya celestial infinity detailed

Kagaya – celestial infinity detailed

Kagaya celestial Hearty Welcome detailed

Kagaya – celestial Hearty Welcome detailed

Kagaya celestial exploring

Kagaya – celestial exploring

Kagaya celestial Back into the Palace

Kagaya – celestial Back into the Palace

Kagaya celestial Back into the Palace details

Kagaya – celestial Back into the Palace details

Rest of his amazing gallery you can see on official website www.kagayastudio.com (both Japanese and English)
Follow Kagaya on Youtube and twitter @KAGAYA_11949 or unofficial fan Facebook page.

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Comments
  1. aalex2014

    your work is just mystifying and absolutely incredible I would be amazing if you could teach me how to do this type of artwork.

  2. K. Ravi Kumar

    Mind blowing pictures. So pleasant to see these.

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