I Love Kawaii

I Love Kawaii Kawaiiiiiiiiiii desu Moveover Powerpuff Girls step aside Hello Kitty get outof the way Rilakkuma here come the cutest newcreations from Japan s top artists in I Love Kawaii a bright and bubbly guide

  • Title: I Love Kawaii
  • Author: Charuca
  • ISBN: 9780062082824
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kawaiiiiiiiiiii desu Moveover Powerpuff Girls, step aside Hello Kitty, get outof the way Rilakkuma here come the cutest newcreations from Japan s top artists in I Love Kawaii,a bright and bubbly guide to today s most imaginative and adorable Kawaii art Collected by the celebrated Kawaiiartist Charuca, I Love Kawaiishowcases page after page of cute, colorful creations PeKawaiiiiiiiiiii desu Moveover Powerpuff Girls, step aside Hello Kitty, get outof the way Rilakkuma here come the cutest newcreations from Japan s top artists in I Love Kawaii,a bright and bubbly guide to today s most imaginative and adorable Kawaii art Collected by the celebrated Kawaiiartist Charuca, I Love Kawaiishowcases page after page of cute, colorful creations Perfect for fans ofmanga and anime, and featuring innovative artists from Japanese legends TakashiMurakami and Yoshitomo Nara to the worldwide design legends Devil Robots, ILove Kawaii offers a collection of images andproduct shots that is not only cutting edge, but also as cute as can be.

    One thought on “I Love Kawaii”

    1. I know nothing at all about kawaii art so read this on ebook through Scribd. It is basically a collection of kawaii artists, a little information about the artists and then images of the art itself. I enjoyed this, don't get me wrong, but I just found that the information was more about where the artist lives rather than their background or inspirations so that was a little disappointing.

    2. This book features a lot of kawaii illustrators, including some I hadn't even heard of yet. Of each artist there are about 5 full colour pages displaying their work and 1 page with a short introduction. I can really recommend I love Kawaii (^_^)b

    3. This book consists a collection of artists with their kawaii drawings. Amazing work and beautiful illustrations. I always thought kawaii drawings only come from Japan. I wish there are more information about how they got the ideas or inspirations for their work. It will be beneficial for me so I can learn something from them.

    4. When I found this book I thought it would show me different types of Kawaii styles to draw, it did! But it also told me about different types of companies that do Kawaii. I found it cute and interesting.

    5. The art is varied and is given enough space to breathe (some artbooks cram way too much on one page); the descriptions are decently interesting. I'm really glad I bought this, it'll make a nice addition to my artbook collection.

    6. I threw this book down in disgust when I saw that one of the artists was listed as being from Singapore, China.

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