'Made in Japan,' a Japanese art exhibition, spotlights the work of creatives from all over the country, celebrating the dynamic culture that's present there while granting more exposure to those who are featured.
Recently, the Japanese art exhibition hosted a 'Month of Graphism,' where it focused on unique graphic art only. The images featured have a definite avant garde style to them, with most mixing elements of traditional Japanese art with a modern edge.
One piece which particularly stands out has a fierce feline at its focus, with spindly legs, sharp claws and flowing tail behind it. Its face is much different however, with long delicate spikes surrounding its head and only a pair of bright blue eyes included on the face.
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These Images are a Part of Made in Japan's 'Month of Graphism'
- By: Riley von NiessenJan 11, 2017