Thursday, 26 November 2009
Kimono Night at Okinami Japanese Restaurant in Brighton at 6 pm – 10 pm on Sunday December 6th.
It should be great fun: there’ll be a welcome cocktail served by waitresses dressed as Geisha, Japanese canapes including sushi, tempura and kara age, and a Geisha makeover for one lucky ticket holder who’ll get their portrait painted by a Japanese Manga artist, Inko. Everyone will also get the chance to try on kimonos. Hope to see you there. Tickets are priced at £20 and available from Oki-Nami (www.okinami.com). BUY 2 tickets and get one FREE!
Inko can also offer you to get drawn in Kimono costume no matter what you're wearing on that day - £5 with colour, wanna give a try?
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
Monday, 15 June 2009
19 large manga strip posters in footpath tuunel at Embankment station "Underground Heroes" - a colloboration work with an artist David Blandy and Children from the Fairbridge Centre.
This is a part of a project "Art On The Underground" sponsered by London Underground.
Launching 16th June 2009.
Mirror -The Ticket
AFD Art Fast News
Transport For London
Thursday, 11 June 2009
From Advanced Photoshop issue 28.
"The Old Well" is 16 page horror manga based on Japanese traditional ghost story "Bancho Sara Yashiki (The Dish Mansion at Banchō) " . You can read this on Manga Quake issue 7 .