Whatever you do with your old papers, it’s probably nowhere near as cool as this!
This winter season, enjoy some fine Japanese art along with your beer!
If you liked these women before now there’s even more of them to love.
Saya puckers up while showing off a variety of uncannily lifelike facial expressions.
The DIY project, complete with an embedded graphics tablet, is inspiring digital illustrators everywhere.
Pokémon look more distinguished than ever in authentic ukiyo-e that pay homage to a pair of feudal Japan’s greatest artists.
It’s a new take on the classic Bug Catcher, Lass, and Youngster trainer types in this high-quality fan crossover!
Dessert, not defecation.
Now you can see what your favourite Pokémon gets up to inside that mysterious Pokéball.
Japanese kirie master SouMa doesn’t believe paper-cutting needs to be so two-dimensional.
Saya is now one step closer to her creators’ goal of having her become a full-fledged actress.
From trees to clothing and anatomical features, these live-action drawing tips will have you sketching like a pro in minutes!
These emblems are more personal than a birthstone, and more inclusive than the family crests of Japan’s noble houses.
The menswear line is inspired by kimono designs and features (tasteful) recreations of famous erotic woodblock prints.
Pikachu, Totoro, and more want to play. Don’t you want to play with them?
The automatic service is already popular online, with Japanese artists eager to share their impressive results.
The Jomon Tribe project delves into Japan’s prehistoric mystery with a stunning new photographic exhibition.
Get inspired for creative style tips as the characters are brought to life in this collection of Pokémon Boys!
What better way to have a calligraphy master show off their skills than by writing “RocketNews24?”
Say hello to Shuetsu Sato, the man whose handcrafted packing-tape masterpieces guide millions every day.