Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Japan Expo in Paris!!

Hi everyone, it was brilliantly sunny on Sunday for Japan Festival Brighton!!
Now I'm heading off to Paris for Japan Expo Paris, the largest Japan convention in a whole Europe!!
It's on from Thursday 30th June till Sunday 3rd July at Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre.
I can't tell how much I'm looking forward to it.

I'm having a table with other manga artist Chie Kutsuwada and great illustrator NipponAisuki, with a name "Umisen Nipponaisuki". Our table number is Z246 in the hall 5A.

We sell charity postcards which all the sales will be donated to Japan earthquake & tsunami aid.

See you there! :D

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Japan Festival in Brighton!

Hello everyone!
The weather is not so great recently in here, Brighton - one moment is hot, and another moment is cold, then wet, then stormy... I really hope this weekend would be sunny, because I'm joining in Brighton Japan Festival!!

The festival is for Japan Tsunami appeal - part of sales goes for Japanese Red Cross.

On 25th, I'll dance on stage from 11:30am (I know, I know, I'm a manga artist, not a dancer. But hey) as a group called Fume.

After that, I'll be at a table with other manga artist Chie Kutsuwada.

Fingers crossed for the weather, and see you in Brigton!!(・ω・)ノ

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

SPIRIT OF HOPE charity comic for Japan /New Zealand

On March 11 2011 Japan suffered an earthquake of enormous and devastating power...
The scars still very much open and sore that makes me think what I can do for my home country from England.
I've been joining various anthologies and charity events and Spirit of Hope is one of the charity anthologies for earthquake appeal for Japan and New Zealand.
The 3 page comic titled "The Ship" is written by brilliant Richmond Clements, and I contributed an art.

Each copy will cost you £14.99, plus £3 for postage and packing.You can choose which cover you prefer – when ordering, say whether you want Jimmy Broxton or Michael Allred. (Of course, you could always get both.) When the advance orders are sent out, the CBA hopes to include 3 small limited edition prints of the covers and an extra picture.
Send your order to The Comic Book Alliance, PO Box 165, Marple, Cheshire SK6 7BL. You can download an order form from the CBA website (and find out more about the CBA while you’re there.) Cheques & postal orders should be made out to ‘The Comic Book Alliance’. At the moment the CBA doesn’t offer electronic ordering and payment, but they hope to be able to do so very soon.