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Japanese Illustration: Ikegami Honmonji. Yosuke Yamaguchi. 2012

Japanese Illustration: Ikegami Honmonji. Yosuke Yamaguchi. 2012

Japan Illustration, Role Models, Japanese Graphic Design, Yamaguchi

André Mehmari “Tokyo Solo” illustration/design 10/8 NRTからリリースされるアンドレ・メマーリ「トーキョー・ソロ」のアートワークを手がけさせていただきました。

Stream 13 Proezas De Alexandre by NRT / maritmo from desktop or your mobile device

http://blog.ferse-verse.com/2011/11/drawings-by-yosuke-yamaguchi.html

http://blog.ferse-verse.com/2011/11/drawings-by-yosuke-yamaguchi.html

<3 Maneki Neko (lucky cat) is often believed to bring good luck to the owner. The figurine depicts a cat (traditionally a calico Japanese Bobtail) beckoning with an upright paw.

Maneki Neko (lucky cat) is often believed to bring good luck to the owner. The figurine depicts a cat (traditionally a calico Japanese Bobtail) beckoning with an upright paw.

pinkpagodastudio: Yosuke Yamaguchi--Beautiful and Strange World

Yosuke Yamaguchi via 20 x 200 Tokyo-based artist / illistrator / designer Yosuke Yamaguchi

Gurafiku

Japanese Poster: We Are the Undamaged Others. Furuya Takahiro. 2010

Japanese Poster: We Are the Undamaged Others.

Japanese Exhibition Poster: Seven Faces of Asaba. 2005.

Japanese Exhibition Poster: Seven Faces of Asaba. 2005

Yosuke Yamaguchi - someday: "I think, sooner or later, the time will come when people have to decide whether to land on this place and go deep inside this dark, unknown forest alone by themselves, or to just row their boat off shore and leave it behind. But even if you choose the latter and try to go as far away as you can, it will remain in your head and you will always know that it will be there, waiting for you to return ashore."

Someday

someday by Yosuke Yamaguchi excerpt from his artist statement: "Maybe she (and the beast) is the last person to protect the sacred place down inside the heart, where we can really feel that we are related to nature's structure.

The design of this. (Not the message.)

Japanese poster of Tohoku University of Art & Design Exhibition 2010 Like the idea of using people to spell out words or a character.

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