Ming Fan (or “fanming” as he is sometimes credited) is a Chinese concept artist and illustrator based in Shanghai.

Ming Fan (or “fanming” as he is sometimes credited) is a Chinese concept artist and illustrator based in Shanghai.

ITO, Yuhan (1882-1951). Castle and Cherry Blossoms. Original woodblock print, Japan, c.1930.

ITO, Yuhan (1882-1951). Castle and Cherry Blossoms. Original woodblock print, Japan, c.1930.

rivuletpaper: "The Red Fox" L. Vulpes vulpes // The fox is seen quite often in folklore. We have the nine-tail fox in Asian cultures; the Reynard tales in medieval Europe; the sly trickster fox from Native American lore; and Aesop’s “The Fox and the Crow.” The Finnish believed a fox made the Northern Lights by running in the snow so that its tail swept sparks into the sky, hence the phrase “fox fires.”

rivuletpaper: "The Red Fox" L. Vulpes vulpes // The fox is seen quite often in folklore. We have the nine-tail fox in Asian cultures; the Reynard tales in medieval Europe; the sly trickster fox from Native American lore; and Aesop’s “The Fox and the Crow.” The Finnish believed a fox made the Northern Lights by running in the snow so that its tail swept sparks into the sky, hence the phrase “fox fires.”

By JungShan ''Autumn moon'' Let's go back to samurai series! I made these drawings to one of my tattoo freelance work. My client asked me for a samurai under the maple and holding a sword. I made 3 illustration to her to choose and she chose Autumn moon.

By JungShan ''Autumn moon'' Let's go back to samurai series! I made these drawings to one of my tattoo freelance work. My client asked me for a samurai under the maple and holding a sword. I made 3 illustration to her to choose and she chose Autumn moon.

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watercolor paintings of China, by professor He Zhen Qiang from school of fine arts, Qi Hua University

watercolor paintings of China, by professor He Zhen Qiang from school of fine arts, Qi Hua University

Ikenaga Yasunari   The Japanese Art of Nihonga Redefined inspiration

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Sprinkled throughout this modern Asian restaurant are various pop art prints in a limited blue, white, and red color palette featuring famous Asian icons, songs, and food dishes.

The Interior Of This New Restaurant Uses Asian Pop Culture References

Sprinkled throughout this modern Asian restaurant are various pop art prints in a limited blue, white, and red color palette featuring famous Asian icons, songs, and food dishes.

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