The Western comic icon gets a warm reception from the character designers responsible for some of anime’s biggest hits.
Big eyes + tiny mouths = terrifyingly large teeth?
It turns out that high school girls look and act very differently now compared to a decade ago.
Japanese lingerie models show off all the gorgeous details from the unique collection.
Two foreign passengers are the star characters in this true story that touched the heart of a Japanese commuter.
It’s got tons of uniforms and girls and it also acts as a flip book!
One variety proves to be particularly common among online commenters.
Read on to find out what kind of skeletal structure, lifespans, and breeding habits Pokémon would likely have if they were real.
The virtual birthday cards she’s been receiving online show the popular virtual idol in a number of poses and scenarios.
These gorgeous illustrations of workers’ uniforms over the past century and a half is sure to charm lovers of seifuku [uniforms] everywhere!
Does loving someone mean taking all of her pain/extremely sharp chest spike into your heart?
Her most recent depictions show the AI’s heartbroken face when “she” lost to Lee Se-dol.
Samurai Moon and Ronin Jupiter are just two of the characters to appear in this impressive series.
From sneezes to panties, it’s not always like some people expect.
If you love art, you’ll definitely want to check out Kobayashi’s prints!
David Bowie’s creative genius even inspired works by a legend of the Japanese video game industry.
Lovers of Japanese music and art rejoice, because the second volume of the Painter x Lyrics (絵師×歌詞) art book series went on sale on November 20!
It’s been a big year for Johnson Ting, one of Malaysia’s most celebrated artists. The concept designer won an award as one of his home country’s top ten young artists and a toy company is even releasing a figure based on his work. Despite all this and working as a designer for numerous high-profile companies, he’s managed to also post a host of gorgeous illustrations, paintings and CG images for the whole world to see. This is work that simply must be shared!
Studio Ghibli, Japan’s famed animation house, has a remarkable talent for captivating audiences around the world with inspiring storylines and loveable characters. What really brings them all to life, however, are their animated backgrounds; beautiful palettes of light and shade and inky hues that draw us into their magical worlds and have us never wanting to leave.
There’s one background illustrator in Tokyo who knows just how to recreate the atmosphere of a Studio Ghibli movie and now he’s bringing out the beauty of Japan’s narrow roads and suburban landscapes in a series of illustrations entitled “Bicycle Boy”. Using a real-life setting from Studio Ghibli’s Whisper of the Heart, the picturesque journey of a boy and his bike through the streets of Japan is so beautiful we’ll happily follow him wherever he goes!