An artist tweeted a photo of “the process of turning a mushroom into an owl,” and commenters were amazed. But should they have been more skeptical?
Check out this unbelievably simple yet detailed “three paper cup One-Punch Man cartoon art!”
Internationally acclaimed contemporary artist Takashi Murakami has returned to Japan with a long-awaited exhibition and Tokyo’s Roppongi Hills is celebrating with a cafe that offers up his art in edible form.
“Just keep drawing.” To improve his skills, a striving artist takes this advice and runs with it… to a rather unlikely place!
Wear a wave to your next party with designs inspired by one of Japan’s most famous ukiyo-e woodblock prints.
Japan’s rabbits, frogs and monkeys from a long, long time ago are collecting goodies from a galaxy far, far away.
Lovers of science, color, and pretty, shiny things in general will also love this beautiful “Spectrum Cube” necklace!
What do you do when you want a Lamborghini but can’t afford one? You make one out of cardboard!
A junior high schooler displays his artistic ability by creating a jaw-dropping animation using nothing but Flipnote Studio for Nintendo 3DS.
Can’t get enough of bishonen (beautiful boy) manga characters? Look out for the new book, Boy Meets…Graph, featuring work from famous illustrators.
If you look closely there’s a chance you’ll be able to see it…
Whether the near future or the distant past, Evangelion Units look pretty fearsome in whatever era they appear.
Fairy tales are certainly timeless classics, but I’m sure we’ve all felt that they could have been just a little better had they only featured pugs instead of people.
We’ve showcased a number of calming videos featuring traditional craftsmen at work, but this clip has the added bonus of suspense.
Check out one Japanese Twitter user’s adorable vision of what her home would be like if Eevee actually existed in real life!
Hand-drawn art may be on the ropes, but it’s not quite dead yet.
These Star Wars folding screens, unveiled at Kiyomizu Temple in Kyoto, are based on a traditional Japanese design…and they’re pretty awesome too!
Wait, you mean these aren’t real goldfish? Well, they look simply amazing—and you can see them now on display in New York!