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rurucomix:

dixiewetsworth:

ca-tsuka:

OH MY GOD !
An artbook of Masaaki Yuasa is coming.
Masaaki Yuasa Taizen - Sketchbook for Animation Projects
Published by Asukashinsha on August 9th (see on Amazon).
432 pages.
Including artworks of Mind Game, Tatami Galaxy, Kick Heart, Kaiba, Kemonozume, Cat Soup, Genius Party, Crayon Shin Chan, Maruko Chan …

SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I NEED THIS

hmmmmmmm yes!

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kiki-kawaii:

Mizuki shigeru

kiki-kawaii:

Mizuki shigeru

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sparklinghearteyedvenus:

forest of the end, and the beginning by aya takano and azuma makoto

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davidhine:

Amazing illustrations by Tatsuyuki Tanaka. I came across his work in a book called Cannabis Works. All I know about him is that he has worked in animation - notably Akira. There doesn’t seem to be much of his art out there besides Cannabis Works and even that seems to be out of print. I would love to see more of his work if anyone has any links.

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brettpunk:

tcannoncomics:

I am lucky to have a copy of Brutus Magazine’s special Katsuhiro Otomo issue.  I thought it’d be nice to share the wealth.  The magazine is full of tons of awesome pictures of Otomo’s work, Otomo in the studio, and even Otomo hanging out with Takehiko Inoue.  How cool is that?  One really cool thing is a few pages of shelfie’s (I included his movie collection here).

The magazine also came with a short comic by Otomo called Park, which I included a few pages of.

 Unfortunately, I can’t read japanese, so I need a friend to come and translate the whole thing for me.  They could read it to me like a bedtime story.  Otomo is a huge inspiration and I’ll add this beauty to my collection of his stuff.  More rare Otomo to come later!

OTOMO OTOMO OTOMO

thanks for sharing

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tsun-zaku:

江戸川乱歩文庫-RANPO COLLECTION

春陽堂文庫

イラスト=多賀新

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An incredible “Uzumaki” tattoo by Portland tattoo artist, Mckenna Carlisle!

An incredible “Uzumaki” tattoo by Portland tattoo artist, Mckenna Carlisle!

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corporalsteiner:

アラレちゃん 刺繍 ワッペン セット - ヤフオク!

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inushige:

「「ポコさん」」/「ワヤマ」の作品 [pixiv] #pixitail
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adactivity:

Fan art of 'sex number 006' 「006は性番号」, forgotten/out of print ‘pink film’ starring Hara Etsuko, for freakscene-art 

adactivity:

Fan art of 'sex number 006' 「006は性番号」, forgotten/out of print ‘pink film’ starring Hara Etsuko, for freakscene-art 

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From Sascha Amato:

This is from Illustrated Ape, a London magazine I contributed to.

Chise Taguchi wrote an article about the Ape in the japanese magazine “relax” with a call for submissions from unknown japanese artists. We got hundreds of submissions.
This was in 2001.”

thought Same Hat followers might find this as cool as I did! -troubleeveryday

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Same Hat foreverrrrrrrrr!
(Our friends, the Cartoon Network cuties Calvin Wong and Andy Ristaino!)

Same Hat foreverrrrrrrrr!

(Our friends, the Cartoon Network cuties Calvin Wong and Andy Ristaino!)

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silencedrowns:

“Winchester Mystery House”
Hirohiko Araki (荒木 飛呂彦), Lives of Eccentrics (変人偏屈列伝, Henjin Henkutsu Retsuden)
Lives of Eccentrics is a series of short manga stories, one or two chapters each, written by Hirohiko Araki and illustrated by himself and Onikubo Hirohisa. They aren’t always the most accurate, and some stories (Winchester Mystery House in particular) delve into the downright fantastical, but they’re definitely both entertaining and interesting. Highly recommended. This illustration is from the Winchester Mystery House story, and depicts a young Sarah Winchester in Hirohiko Araki’s signature vividly-colored style. 
Read online here.

silencedrowns:

Winchester Mystery House

Hirohiko Araki (荒木 飛呂彦), Lives of Eccentrics (変人偏屈列伝, Henjin Henkutsu Retsuden)

Lives of Eccentrics is a series of short manga stories, one or two chapters each, written by Hirohiko Araki and illustrated by himself and Onikubo Hirohisa. They aren’t always the most accurate, and some stories (Winchester Mystery House in particular) delve into the downright fantastical, but they’re definitely both entertaining and interesting. Highly recommended. This illustration is from the Winchester Mystery House story, and depicts a young Sarah Winchester in Hirohiko Araki’s signature vividly-colored style. 

Read online here.

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