Fantasists Utamaro (born in 1979) is a NY & Tokyo based an artist, animation director, illustrator, graphic designer, textile designer, and Art Director.
Jun Inoue is a Japanese contemporary artist, born in 1981. Inoue’s unique style of live, adrenaline-charged performance painting displays the metaphysical dimension of his works.
Shohei Otomo is a modern day artist who draws with traditional Japanese influence combined with modern style.
Graduated from the Tama Art University, he mainly uses the ballpoint pen to draw. Its trait is ultra-precise, fine and gives the image of a Japan shared between its past and its present. The geishas, yōkais and samuraïs rub shoulders with iconoclastic visions of the 21st century.
Takeru Amano is a Japanese artist born in 1977. He moved to New York in 1997 where he studied engraving during three years before returning to settle in Tokyo.
Takeru Amano has been in contact with the world of art since his childhood, his father being Yoshitaka Amano, an internationally renowned illustrator. On his return from New York, his new influences from the big apple mixed with the Japanase pop culture this way he gradually defined his own style.
Using classicism and modernity in his creations, Takeru Amaro combines accuracy of the line to an explosive color palette from the pop culture.
His works have been part of several solo and group exhibitions, specially in Paris, Tokyo and Hong Kong.