Bunka (2016)


After a year and a half of living in Tokyo, the rose-tinted glasses each and every non-Japanese visitor gleefully wears, fell away to reveal a different—and perhaps darker—image of Japan.

This colourful and cluttered piece was crafted as a representation of contemporary Japanese life and social values. The title, which means culture, was chosen to reinforce this theme.


Mediums: Sakura Pigma Micron Pen, Sakura Gelly Roll, Copic Markers

Dimensions: A4 (21x29.7 cm)

Prints: Currently unavailable


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