After graduating from university, I entered a major newspaper company and drew cuts for essays. Then, I studied IT by myself and worked for a major game production company. At present my main job is a 2D creator. I draw illustrations as a side job. I mainly draw pictures of girls characterized with a unique color tone and a hat. Someone says my works are influenced by fine arts and Japanese taste. I’m not good at self-advertisement. That is why I did encourage myself to participate in this exhibition. However, I’m afraid that I’m out of place.
Born in Tokyo in 1980. Have worked as a commercial illustrator since 2005, creating contents for mobile phone and designs for books, magazines and shop interior. While emphasizing the importance of being interesting as a picture, I try to give my illustrations an essence of wabi, sabi, kare, and iki that are unique to Japanese culture in a modern form. The pattern of my pictures is positioned right in the middle of design art and Japanese animation and manga.
Professional illustrator. Born in Tokyo in 1973. Graduated from Department of Japanese Painting, Musashino Art University. He learned traditional techniques of Japanese painting from Gyokkou Tanaka. Participated in an exhibition held at Mitsukoshi Department Store in Nihonbashi, Tokyo in 2003. Started activities as an illustrator in 2006 drawing illustrations of street fashion, etc. CEO of AYANE International, Inc. Running a gallery only for illustrations “12G” in Roppongi. Active domestically and abroad in book publishing, event planning and exhibition planning of illustrations. Planned many exhibitions in New York. He also made a cover illustration for a book.
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