Everyone’s favorite pocket monsters just turned 20, and the online world is celebrating with some fantastic artwork!
Illustrators don’t need to worry about robots stealing their jobs — yet.
The rule was simple: draw a finger pointing to “yes” or “no.” The response was an endless stream of funny and clever ways to respond.
Proving that there’s nothing more refreshing than a nice, tall cup of manga.
Illustrations by creative team Clamp grace each of the seven books.
Moms are the best, especially when you make an off-hand comment asking them for something and they turn around and give you pure awesomeness.
Stylish shinobi seeking silver shuriken similarly supplied.
Where does such a vivid artist go to find inspiration and relax? Check out this neat video!
It’s time for all the seniors to find their own “way of the ninja!”
Currently ranked number one on Amazon Japan’s design bestsellers list.
Prized traditional woodblock prints age even more gracefully when they’re recreated in shades of wine.
The former member of the Japan Maritime Self Defence Force waited until he was 80 to reveal his artistic pastime.
Samurai Moon and Ronin Jupiter are just two of the characters to appear in this impressive series.
Especially if you have an appreciation for the macabre!
Sailor Moon fans looking forward to the upcoming art exhibit at Roppongi Hills now have more to be excited about: limited edition tickets with extra goodies!
Armed with colored pencils, this artist demonstrates that every story has two sides
These artists create beautiful anime-style characters from a simple foundation of 10 random lines.
Having beans thrown at you, being glared at while sitting in a flower…what horror!
Cosplaying becomes infinitely more magical when it’s immortalised as anime-style artwork.
If you’ve got the talent and the passion you can use pretty much anything to illustrate your vision, like this piece of art that’s been making the rounds on Japanese Twitter, drawn using only two ballpoint pens.