blanc et noir: Takeshi Obata Illustrations Hardcover – May 3, A limited edition release of Takeshi Obata’s high-end full-color artbook that contains his illustrations from Death Note. Collects bestselling artist Takeshi Obata’s work from , which contains. Takeshi Obata was born in in Niigata, Japan, and first achieved international recognition as the artist of the wildly popular SHONEN JUMP title Hikaru no Go, which won the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize: Books By Takeshi Obata. Dive into The Art of Takeshi Obata, is a Japanese manga artist that usually.
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小畑健画集「blanc et noir」 is a large hardcover book, about 18 inches diagonal. It comes with a slipcase, which houses three prints and a. Takeshi Obata's illustrations from get the deluxe treatment in this gorgeous artbook. A collection of best-selling artist Takeshi Obata's work from –, which This incredibly special art book is being offered as a limited edition print run of.
Not only because the story questioned morality, but because the art was vivid and at times spectacular. The story was intriging too as it showed us what could happen if a common teenager had the power to kill and be influenced by a god. It also includes three large double-sided laminated posters and a postcard. This incredibly special artbook is being offered as a limited edition print run of 10, copies.
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On top of the foldout pages and full pages this book also contains an interview with Obata and breaks down his approach to a page in four steps. Fine, you have my attention. We Never Learn: Golden Wind 31 Kono Oto Tomare!: A girl who chants love at the bound of this world. Login or Register forgot it? Review by Rebecca Silverman, May 29th Takeshi Obata Illustrations Artbook Synopsis:.
A collection of Takeshi Obata's artwork from the early s, including art from Death Note, Hikaru no Go, and original pieces. It's another week! In games! Hot damn! So what did you all do over Memorial Day weekend?
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