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Crazy doodles by Keita SagakiCrazy doodles by Keita Sagaki

Crazy doodles by Keita SagakiCrazy doodles by Keita Sagaki
What, at first sight, could appear as a study/sketch of a classic sculpture, is actually a incredibly crowded artwork made of thousands of tiny characters and elements drawn in a very japanese/manga taste. This is the pen on paper work by Keita Sagaki. Quello che a prima vista sembrerebbe lo... » read moreleggi tutto

American Japanese Pin-up girls by ONEQAmerican Japanese Pin-up girls by ONEQ

American Japanese Pin-up girls by ONEQAmerican Japanese Pin-up girls by ONEQ
Self-taught Japanese illustrator ONEQ‘s work reminds me of one of my favorite artists: Rockin JellyBean, but with a vintage twist. She recognize him as one of the most influential artists in developing her art, as well as Simon Bisley. L’illustratrice giapponese autodidatta ONEQmi ricorda uno dei miei artisti preferiti: Rockin... » read moreleggi tutto

Nightscapes photography by Martin StavarsNightscapes photography by Martin Stavars

Nightscapes photography by Martin StavarsNightscapes photography by Martin Stavars
Martin Stavars was born in 1981 in Czestochowa, Poland. After studying Economics and Computer science he focused on photograhy, specializing in landscapes, cityscapes and night photography. He and his camera have been in more than 20 countries around the world, with a special predilection for Asia. (cover image: Incheon –... » read moreleggi tutto

3D sketches by Hideyuki Nagai3D sketches by Hideyuki Nagai

3D sketches by Hideyuki Nagai3D sketches by Hideyuki Nagai
Hideyuki Nagai is a young Japanese artist, born in 1991. We’re pretty sure you’ll find his work just unbelievable, even if you are not much into art. Just take a look at these 3D optical illusion sketches. What is great is that they’re not just on a single surface, but... » read moreleggi tutto

Ukiyo-e heroes by Jed HenryUkiyo-e heroes by Jed Henry

Ukiyo-e heroes by Jed HenryUkiyo-e heroes by Jed Henry
It’s not a secret I’m a Japan addicted, and I used to be a videogames freak too, specially in my younger years. So you can imagine my reaction when I found the work of Jed Henry called “Ukyio-e Heroes”. Just blasting. For those who don’t know, Ukiyo-e are the traditional woodblock... » read moreleggi tutto

Art Of Sumo by Tomoki MomozonoArt Of Sumo by Tomoki Momozono

Art Of Sumo by Tomoki MomozonoArt Of Sumo by Tomoki Momozono
Tomoki Momozono was Born in Aomori and brought up in Chiba, Japan. He majored education in Sophia University in Tokyo, trying to become an educational researcher. In 2001, he officially got into the world of photography when he got his first SLR camera as his old instant film camera got broken. He started his career... » read moreleggi tutto

“Bambi Chair” by Kamina&C“Bambi Chair” by Kamina&C

"Bambi Chair" by Kamina&C"Bambi Chair" by Kamina&C
From Japan with furor, here comes the little chairs and fun design born from the idea of group Kamita&C ! Bambi Chair is part of a series of seats for children. The stylized shapes are inspired by some forest animals ranging from deer and sheep in general. The structures are... » read moreleggi tutto

Japanese style pin-ups by DeseoJapanese style pin-ups by Deseo

Japanese style pin-ups by DeseoJapanese style pin-ups by Deseo
Deseo is an artist based in Kansas City, Missouri. His style is inspired by a diversity of influences ranging from Japanese manga, classic art, pin up, graffiti, the adoration of the female form, and many other artistic styles. I had a little message exchange and I asked him about the... » read moreleggi tutto

Yakuza by Anton KustersYakuza by Anton Kusters

Yakuza by Anton KustersYakuza by Anton Kusters
Kusters spent two years documenting the Yakuza, the most infamous of Japanese mafia, and was given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to journey through the crime underworld controlled by the Yakuza. Yakuza is a personal visual account of the life inside an inaccessible subculture: “a traditional Japanese crime family that controls the... » read moreleggi tutto

Shohei Otomo – Carhartt work in progressShohei Otomo – Carhartt work in progress

Shohei Otomo - Carhartt work in progressShohei Otomo - Carhartt work in progress
We are HUGE fans of Shohei Otomo (his post here). He’s an amazing illustrator from Tokyo. Using just a paper-mate ballpen he can do unbelievable things. In this video a work in progress for Carhartt. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CO3Pl4IgxDg[/youtube]Siamo da sempre grandissimi fan di Shohei Otomo (il post su di lui qui). E’... » read moreleggi tutto
                       
           
                       
           

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