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lllllllle:

傷ない

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higuchiyuko:

ホルベイン画材×ヒグチユウコ
2014年 クロッキーブック 「深海」

http://www.holbein.co.jp/product/higuchiyuko.html

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gameandgraphics:

Famicom “pulse line” cartridge design (1983-1984).

"In the early days of the Family Computer, Nintendo Co., Ltd. released games with the same label design. Up to that point, Nintendo seemed to think that the best marketing strategy for their games was to keep the labels consistent in design; later on they began producing more creative label designs that varied for each game and often featured characters or scenes from the game." Read more about this at Famicom World.

Pictures by Bryan Ochalla.

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pmikos:

Japanese Netsukes ~ LEFT, ‘Kirin’ (mythological creature) By Tomotada Yanagawa. 18th century, Carved wood. ~ RIGHT, ‘Actor’ By Gyokumin. 19th century, Carved ivory.

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centuriespast:

 Ivory Study of a Wolf with Skull Netsuke

Artist: Yoshimasa

Japanese

Ivory

19th Century

Gift of Senator Andrew J. Sordoni

Samek Art Gallery, Bucknell University

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saigono-arisaka:

I am I のためのドローイング

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busterbeam:

Hox from /a/ found a really awesome-looking, untranslated Abenobashi manga.

http://shareraws.blogspot.ca/2012/08/manga-abenobashi-mahou-shoutengai-abeno.html haven’t looked through it nearly enough, but the art is really wonderful. it has that feeling of being ‘alive’ that the best manga artwork tends to emanate.

edit: superior mediafire link http://www.mediafire.com/?ixyhrc4rpv6ueoj

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kiuchitatsuro:

These are illustrations I did for MSC Japan (Marine Stewardship Council), and are quite straight forward. The purpose of this project was to make posters and banners to promote their MSC labels on packages in supermarkets so that the consumers are able to tell if the fish are certified sustainable seafood and from the proper route.

As a former biology graduate, this was a fun theme for me. I have always been interested in environmental and ecological issues. The challenge was to find a fine line between realism and stylization when it comes to depict such creatures. Salmon and bonito were somewhat manageable but the crab was a tough one. Since I was not supposed to make up imaginary crabs, it was important to decide which kind to illustrate. A swimming crab was my final choice as I thought it looked interesting in shape and would make a good picture.

More images at Drawger.

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kiuchitatsuro:

Someone else (by Tatsuro Kiuchi)