kawaii et al.

astromanta:

This is from Zansho, a Mohiro Kitoh anthology. The attention given to clothing details and objects is again quite disturbing. In fact, he draws like a fashion designer. His repetitive body shapes coalesce towards a single silhouette. On the other hand, it seems appropriate to do this with children, as they would always appear to make uncomplicated choices about what they wear (stylists in movies are assigned to do knit this seamless picture). I can only define this by opposites: it is a method that is neither fetishist (i.e. exclusively focused on the objects themselves or the joy arising from their presence) nor posthuman (uninterested in the human figure as the camera scale for the page).

(Source: astromanta)

From Mohiro Kitoh’s Narutaru.

(Source: astromanta)

tokyoscum:

Makoto-chan 18 cover

Kazuo Umezu’s Makoto-chan.

tokyoscum:

Makoto-chan 18 cover

Kazuo Umezu’s Makoto-chan.

(via piaggi)

(via fuckyeahjapanfashion)

(Source: ponponsan, via fuckyeahjapanfashion)

rob-art:

悠久斎 

Yuukyuusai.

rob-art:

悠久斎 

Yuukyuusai.

rob-art:

悠久斎 

Yuukyuusai.

rob-art:

悠久斎 

Yuukyuusai.

rob-art:



悠久斎 




Yuukyuusai.

rob-art:

悠久斎 

Yuukyuusai.

tataaa:

fehyesvintagemanga:

Ishikawa Kyuuta

omglob, someone please scan this

tataaa:

fehyesvintagemanga:

Ishikawa Kyuuta

omglob, someone please scan this