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New illustration by Tokyo-based artist Grace Lee

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By Yoshi Tajima in New Illustration on Saturday 14 July 2012

Originally from Sydney, but currently based in Tokyo, Grace Lee is an illustrator who draws things in the most charming way. Her choice of subject matter is unique and interesting, but her eye for detail never fails to capture the most attractive parts and gives her work a playful and delightfully quirky look. Check out her inventive series of Tokyo shop fronts, too.

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New illustrations by Tokyo-based Masako Kubo

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By Yoshi Tajima in New Illustration on Thursday 3 May 2012

Tokyo based illustrator Masako Kubo loves to add concept and subtle humor to her works, which is primarily produced using hand-drawn lines and printmaking, combined like a collage in Photoshop. I especially love her book covers and map-making.

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Mogra: an Otaku and Anime club in Tokyo

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By Yoshi Tajima in New Trends on Tuesday 17 April 2012

Mogra in Akihabara, Tokyo, was established in August 2009 as a club at the center of Japanese Otaku (diehard fan) and anime culture. At Mogra, you can listen to anime songs, game songs, and vocaloid Hatsune Miku, as well as house music and dubstep. If you’re looking for real underground dance music from Tokyo, this is […]

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Cat’s Forehead: a showcase of Tokyo visual culture

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By Yoshi Tajima in Cool Websites on Sunday 18 March 2012

Cat’s Forehead is a project by BUILDING, a Tokyo-based graphic artist agency, as a new platform to connect different cultures around the world. You will enjoy the weirdness as you read the cultural articles they provide. It’s as if we are all in one world as small as a cat’s forehead.

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Tokyo illustrator Yasunari Awazu

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By Yoshi Tajima in New Illustration on Friday 9 March 2012

Tokyo-based fashion illustrator Yasunari Awazu started working in 2008. He depicts keen human impression by using dynamic brush strokes and consciously leaving out some blank space. His stylish and fashionable works inspire the imagination of the viewers.

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