Friday, January 15, 2016

It's Not Over Yet: The Insanely Adorable Art of Akira Yonekawa

I think for most humans art is pretty cut and dry. Either you fall in love with it immediately, or you just kinda feel indifferent about it. I fell in love with Akira Yonekawa's art immediately. For me, it's pretty darn irresistible and I would own every single piece of it if I could. Very few people are able to capture the vintage cartoon newsprint style while maintaining a modern air of freshness and originality.

Here's Akira's charming bio:
I have been working independently as an illustrator.
I lived and work in Aichi,Japan.
My style is inspired by old comic magazine and pop-printing. It has become the motif of my illustration is the old comic magazine. Paper that has changed by long years. And because he is attracted to the sound words that the characters speak among the moral story. I want to convey a positive and positive emotions by representing scene of these old comic . Of course, these are my original character.
If you love Akira Yonekawa's work as much as I do, be sure to check out the additional art on his Website, Tumblr, and Behance!

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