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.
Three paper cups is all you need to create your very own moving manga.
So Saitama, Superman, Batman, Captain America and Iron Man all walk into a bar. What happens next is a little messy.
David Bowie’s creative genius even inspired works by a legend of the Japanese video game industry.
What’s your sailor sign?
The first-edition Pokémon Trading Card Game cards might be getting a 21st century reprint, but maybe you should save some of your cash for one with a gorgeous, hand-painted background instead.
Never fear drawing a human foot again with this handy trick.
With all the information technology around these days, it’s getting harder and harder to build a gigantic gold statue in peace.
New year, new bullet train as Japan Railway debuts its high-speed art gallery.
Why is this young man riding the horse bicycle around Bangkok? We have no idea, but we can’t stop watching this video!
Anime is the new religion, at least when it comes to these re-imagined religious works of art by Hiroshi Mori.
Talented Canada-based artist Sakimi-chan wows us again, this time with sizzling images of Dragon Ball couples! Read More
This is what happens when you combine centuries-old traditional Japanese painting with modern anime, and we love it!
An amazing scale model artist has created a rideable steampunk mecha for a Sylvanian Family doll, out of… a tub of chewing gum?!
In 1957, Macoto Takashi revolutionized the manga world. Now, the 81-year-old artist continues to produce astounding art and shares it in an annual one-man exhibit.