Buddhism is the religion most people believe in Japan, and it has always play a very important role in the art field. Originally came from India then Tibet to china and Japan , you can see clearly there is transformation in appearance at different countries. Recently in Japan 54-year old sculptor Yuji Honbori at first appear to be made from some sort of metallic material. But you soon realize that they’re undoubtedly much lighter than they first appeared. The Kobe-based artist sculpts them all from discarded cardboard that is on its way to the garbage bin. Snatching them from their destiny, Honbori meticulously transforms them into venerable objects of worship.
“The Power Of A Coin”, a billboard designed by the agency Kolle Rebbe transformed into interactive donation box for the charity Misereor.org that deals with assistance to disadvantaged children.
Insert a € 2 coin and find out with a superb mechanical animation, what is your practice room (gift) in foundation projects. A camera takes a picture of the donor, it can publish on Facebook and share information about their donations and the foundation.
Pop image of retro sexy female figure illustration by Japanese illustrator ONEQ(オネキュウ)
I was born in 1981 in the city of Kumamoto on Japan’s southeast Kyushu island. My work as an artist includes a variety of genre such as magazine artwork, DVD cover art, apparel and clothing art, and manga illustrations. I mix Japanese and American art styles when dealing with manga designs.
My artwork might be defined as pop style with an underground flavor. I like to create simple images in my work