Junichi Tsuneoka Fuses Japanese Comic & Graffiti Styles

By: Christina Butty - Published: Jun 3, 2009   Updated: Mar 24 2011 • References: stubbornsideburn & magwerk
Studio Stubborn Sideburn is the brain child studio of Junichi Tsuneoka.

While his studio is in Seattle, he originates from Japan. His art has been described as a cross between graffiti and Japanese comic, lending itself easily to concert posters which he often creates.

His crazy designs are certainly colorful and all over the map.

See gallery to view his works.

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