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Jin Kitamura @ illustrator from tokyo

An illustrator,
from Tokyo,
uses crayon and charcoal,
with minimal lines and fill,
to tell story within each drawing.

Jin Kitamura1 Jin Kitamura2 sapri40 sapri23 sapri19 sapri41

Totally inspired by Japan’s illustrator, they are really good in depicting their artwork just by using simple strokes or shapes, which applied to their principle of art- less is more.

Check his work out here.
All images via his site.

Happey art for happey people.

Enjoy!

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One comment on “Jin Kitamura @ illustrator from tokyo

  1. Ramona Crisstea
    November 19, 2014

    Interesting post and great content.
    Keep up the good work.
    Best wishes, R.

    http://ramonacrisstea.wordpress.com/

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