KAUNiS is a Japanese magazine aimed at school kids published by Delight Creation Inc. Its beautiful art direction was done by a collaboration with Tokyo University of Arts, Department of Design.
Can't wait! Japan House London will open its doors on Kensington High Street on 22 June!
Here is my interpretation of Japan House London in its mini booklet for the media launch event last year.
Visit this new cultural centre and Follow https://www.facebook.com/japanhouseldn to know more about the best and latest from Japan.
I will be selling Christmas Cards and Limited Edition Prints at The Illustrators' Christmas Fair !
All the prints will be a little cheaper than usual on the day, as well as past season prints, and test prints etc are on a massive sale, starting at just £10 ! There will be lots of prints which are not available online. Please note: cash only will be accepted at my stall.
Saturday 9 December, 11am - 5pm
at House of Illustration, 2 Granary Square, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4BH
2s,3s & 4s is my first London solo exhibition.
Please come and see her new work!
Daiwa Foundation Japan House
13/14 Cornwall Terrace, Outer Circle
London NW1 4QP
Exhibition: 13 January-22 February 2017
Monday–Friday 9.30am–5pm , Admission free
Private View: Thursday 12 January 2017, 6-8pm
Admission free, Booking essential
A 12 page interview with Natsko Seki is in the latest issue of Shawati' Magazine, Abu Dhuabi. She talks about the influences, inspirations, and experiences of her work.
I have created an illustration of Dulwich Picture Gallery for a new range of merchandise at the Gallery's gift shop. Collection is now at the shop!
Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, London, SE21 7AD
5th Feb was a National Doodle Day organised by Epilepsy Action.
Visitors to the site were able to bid on celebrities and illustrators doodles (including mine! , Raymond Briggs, Sir Peter Blake, Joanna Lumley, Shirley Hughes, Greyson Perry etc etc..!) from 5th Feb to 7 Feb.
By doodling and donating, people's support ensure that the 600,000 people living with epilepsy have access to specialist advice, quality healthcare and can live free of stigma, prejudice and discrimination.
Dulwich Picture Gallery has commissioned Natsko to create a illustration inspired by the Gallery building and its art collection. The illustration will be applied onto a range of merchandise, and the products will finally be available to buy at the gift shop from the beginning of February. More news to follow soon!