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In the piece series was replaced by a new piece series, but this too has been discontinued deleted from the catalog. Kagaya Yutaka Born in Saitama just north of Tokyo in , Kagaya spent his childhood in wonderment of the stars in the sky, and never stopped painting them. Permanently unavailable Discontinued March A Yanoman puzzle: Perhaps that is why he does not appear to sign his pictures. Born in Saitama just north of Tokyo in , Kagaya spent his childhood in wonderment of the stars in the sky, and never stopped painting them. The translations of titles are mine.

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More at Wikipedia Note: Perhaps that is why he does not appear to sign his pictures. Starlight Fantasy Kagaya’s rendering of the traditional signs of the zodiac – truly a starlit fantasy. The zodiac series was originally issued over several years, in a piece glow-in-the-dark version.

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Born in Saitama just north of Tokyo inKagaya spent his childhood in wonderment of the stars in the sky, and never stopped painting them. Permanently unavailable Discontinued March A Yanoman puzzle: This is a glow-in-the-dark puzzle.

Zodiac Art by Kagaya

Traditional – Tigers – Dragons – Gods – Lucky! There are some subtle editing differences: It’s a long way away, but only a few kilometres across, so you could walk round it in a day. Other Kagaya puzzles – Browse all Kagaya puzzles. If you find another puzzle you want, please ask me about special orders. This puzzle is printed with more ink colours for extra-vivid effect. He has been kagaga by having an asteroid no.

Jigsaw puzzles of Kagaya zodiac art

Kagaya Yutaka Born in Saitama just north of Tokyo inKagaya spent his childhood in wonderment of the stars in the sky, and never stopped painting them. At the end of it was reissued in a piece super-vivid hexachrome, horoscooe version, and the original piece versions gradually disappeared. Sincehe has worked exclusively in the digital medium, using a Macintosh.

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The new series does not bear the “Hexachrome” trademark which would indicate licensing from Pantonebut the catalog says “Special printing”, and these appear to be much closer to the richer colours of the piece series than than the original piece version. The translations of titles are mine. The Kagaya Studio site includes lots more information, including some in English. We have also amended the titles for Scorpius and Capricornus to the artist’s preference, to use the astronomical names for the constellations, rather than the names used for astrological signs: In the piece series was replaced by a new piece series, but this too has been discontinued deleted from the catalog.

Try the Yanoman website. 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.