Manamoko and her Fancy Surprise Shop

Manamoko kawaii illustrations - pastel fairy kei

When I was looking at CD Japan for the Econeco coloring book, another cute book caught my eye. It’s a dress up sticker book for girls, with some great illustrations: It turned out that the book is designed by Manamoko from Japan. She also sells handmade products such as rosette badgets, buttons and stickers to […]

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Cute and Gothic Illustrations from Idola

Idola - kawaii illustrations

Recently I’ve stumbled upon Idola’s illustrations (her real name might be Malicecila) and thought it would be nice to share it here. At first sight her work looks just cute, but when you look a little closer you can often find a ‘creepy’ twist in it. Self induced sugar coma, how relatable. Idola’s latest work […]

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Kira Imai’s Lolita Illustrations

Next week I’m taking a (much needed) break from work, so that means I’ll finally have time to write new posts! In the meantime I’d like to give you a short cute fix with the work from Kira Imai. Kira is mostly known from her illustrations and postcards for Angelic Pretty, I believe that she […]

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Sugary Sweet Illustrations by Sette

Illustrator Sette

Today a super short post since I’m battling various deadlines. I’d like to introduce you to Sette’s illustrations, filled with the sweetest colors and romantic sceneries. (^ check out that cat donut) Follow Sette on Tumblr or visit her (Japanese) website.

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Seven Seas – Anime Art by Nanami

Japanese illustrator Nanami Tomorou (a.k.a. Seven Seas) is inspired by girl anime from the late 70’s and 80’s. You can probably tell that from these great Creamy Mami illustrations. Creamy Mami was a popular magical girl anime series which aired from 1983 to 1984 on Nippon Television. It was broadcasted in France, Spain and Italy […]

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