The 20th century’s version of “Cool Japan” seems a lot cooler than the 21st century’s.
How many different movies can you find in this one piece of art?
These baroque-style wigs made entirely from paper are going to ba-low you away.
You don’t need expensive tools or high-tech drawing tablets to create works of art—all you need is a roll of humble masking tape.
Glossy postcards of today have nothing on these atmospheric images.
There are no reference photos and no sketches; just an artist, a pen and his beautiful mind.
You don’t make art with these pencils; the pencils are art!
People have been blown away by the beauty of the whales and their intricate submerged worlds.
Well, now we know that the stylish characters of the hit anime Lupin the Third look awesome as ukiyo-e drawings in traditional Japanese clothing!
This story of a three-year-old girl surviving over a week and a half in the woods with her pet dog has taken the Japanese Internet by storm, and is sure to give you a case of the warm fuzzies.
From espresso cats to cappuccino kittens, coffees with matching felines are the purr-fect afternoon pick-me-up.
And no, you can’t pick “All of the above.”
Sailor Moon fans can look forward to an exciting treat in the coming months — an art exhibit in the fashionable Roppongi district of Tokyo!
If you love art, you’ll definitely want to check out Kobayashi’s prints!
Horror manga cosplay makes this fan look like she’s been drawn in pencil.
With such uncannily lifelike flesh and features, it’s hard to believe these dolls aren’t real.
Japanese vending machines always get lavished with attention but now it’s time for their trash cans to step into the spotlight.
Artist mixes rock music with Buddhist and Confucian architecture for peak imagery.
Studio Ghibli fan and Part-time artist Hannah Alexander created this dazzling Art Nouveau version of Princess Mononoke from Hayao Miyazaki’s classic animated film.
There was a time when sumo wrestlers and kimono-clad ladies made shipping companies look beautiful.