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なりゆきサーカスの展覧会 - 其の弐 - | Studio Takeuma

なりゆきサーカスの展覧会 - 其の弐 - | Studio Takeuma

We don't post nearly enough about Japanese artists, so it's our very special pleasure to introduce Takeuma and his cheerful editorial illustration. Takeuma's choice of colours mixed with his ever-optimistic cartoon-style make him the perfect candidate to illustrate lengthy magazine articles, which the people of Japan seem to have cottoned on to and have subsequently been commissioning him to spice up the pages of their weeklies for a long while now. Maybe it's the cryptic Japanese characters…

We don't post nearly enough about Japanese artists, so it's our very special pleasure to introduce Takeuma and his cheerful editorial illustration. Takeuma's choice of colours mixed with his ever-optimistic cartoon-style make him the perfect candidate to illustrate lengthy magazine articles, which the people of Japan seem to have cottoned on to and have subsequently been commissioning him to spice up the pages of their weeklies for a long while now. Maybe it's the cryptic Japanese characters…

We don't post nearly enough about Japanese artists, so it's our very special pleasure to introduce Takeuma and his cheerful editorial illustration. Takeuma's choice of colours mixed with his ever-optimistic cartoon-style make him the perfect candidate to illustrate lengthy magazine articles, which the people of Japan seem to have cottoned on to and have subsequently been commissioning him to spice up the pages of their weeklies for a long while now. Maybe it's the cryptic Japanese characters…

We don't post nearly enough about Japanese artists, so it's our very special pleasure to introduce Takeuma and his cheerful editorial illustration. Takeuma's choice of colours mixed with his ever-optimistic cartoon-style make him the perfect candidate to illustrate lengthy magazine articles, which the people of Japan seem to have cottoned on to and have subsequently been commissioning him to spice up the pages of their weeklies for a long while now. Maybe it's the cryptic Japanese characters…

Love the humor and unique style of these illustrations by Takeuma, a Japanese artist based in Kyoto.  More illustrations via Behance

Illustrations by Takeuma

Love the humor and unique style of these illustrations by Takeuma, a Japanese artist based in Kyoto. More illustrations via Behance

We don't post nearly enough about Japanese artists, so it's our very special pleasure to introduce Takeuma and his cheerful editorial illustration. Takeuma's choice of colours mixed with his ever-optimistic cartoon-style make him the perfect candidate to illustrate lengthy magazine articles, which the people of Japan seem to have cottoned on to and have subsequently been commissioning him to spice up the pages of their weeklies for a long while now. Maybe it's the cryptic Japanese characters…

We don't post nearly enough about Japanese artists, so it's our very special pleasure to introduce Takeuma and his cheerful editorial illustration. Takeuma's choice of colours mixed with his ever-optimistic cartoon-style make him the perfect candidate to illustrate lengthy magazine articles, which the people of Japan seem to have cottoned on to and have subsequently been commissioning him to spice up the pages of their weeklies for a long while now. Maybe it's the cryptic Japanese characters…

金色夜叉 | Studio Takeuma

金色夜叉 | Studio Takeuma