Kushikime

Illustrated Book of Japanese Monsters by Gojin Ishihara

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Kappa (river imp)

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Jorōgumo (lit. “whore spider”)

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Kubire-oni (strangler demon)

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Rokurokubi (long-necked woman)

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Onmoraki (bird demon)

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Nekomata (cat monster)

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Tengu (bird-like demon)

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Tenjō-sagari (ceiling dweller)

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Enma Dai-Ō (King of Hell)

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Kyūbi no kitsune (nine-tailed fox)

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Baku (dream-eating chimera)

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Yūrei (ghost)

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Yamasei (mountain sprite)

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Rashōmon no oni (ogre of Rashōmon Gate)

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Waira (mountain-dwelling chimera)

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Nure-onna (snake woman)


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PROJECT MEMBERS

NOBUMICHI ASAI (PLANNER / PRODUCER / TECHNICAL PRODUCER - P.I.C.S.)
HIROTO KUWAHARA (ART DIRECTOR & MAKEUP)
PAUL LACROIX (TECHNICAL DIRECTOR / PROGRAMMER - TRANSIT DIGITAL WORKS)
JIN HASEGAWA (CG DESIGNER - SPADE)
TAKASHI ISHIBASHI (CG DESIGNER - SPADE)
AYAKA MOTOYOSHI (PRODUCTION MANAGER - P.I.C.S.)

SPECIAL THANKS

AYA KUMAKURA (PRODUCTION MANAGER)
YOSHIHIRO UENO (PRODUCTION MANAGER - P.I.C.S.)
KOJI KOJIMA(PRODUCER)
KAZUHIRO NAKAMURA (COLORIST - McRAY)
KENJI NAKAZONO (PHOTOGRAPHER - CREATIVE STUDIO WORKS)
KIMIHIRO MORIKAWA (PHOTOGRAPHER - SHOOTING & LIGHTING)
JIN HASEGAWA(SPADE)
RHEA TOR’S INC.
DAN (STYLIST)
K.FURUMOTO (HAIR - &´S MANAGEMENT)
YUKA SEKIMIZU (MODEL - SATORU JAPAN)
HIDEAKI TAKAHASHI(MUSIC - mjuc)

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Artist on Tumblr
Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)
Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)
Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)
Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)
Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]
artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr
Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)
Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.
© All images courtesy of the artist
[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]

artchipel:

Artist on Tumblr

Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)

Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]


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The Sweetly Scary Creations of @scotthove
To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.
The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.
“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”
fusiontribal:

The Sweetly Scary Creations of @scotthove
To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.
The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.
“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”
fusiontribal:

The Sweetly Scary Creations of @scotthove
To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.
The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.
“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”
fusiontribal:

The Sweetly Scary Creations of @scotthove
To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.
The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.
“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”
fusiontribal:

The Sweetly Scary Creations of @scotthove
To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.
The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.
“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”
fusiontribal:

The Sweetly Scary Creations of @scotthove
To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.
The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.
“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”

fusiontribal:

The Sweetly Scary Creations of @scotthove

To see more from Scott Hove’s strange and beautiful cake-themed series, follow @scotthove on Instagram.

The sweet but sinister works of Los Angeles artist Scott Hove (@scotthove) are characterized by fierce jaws and other dangerous elements ensconced in ornately decorated cakes. “Are these themes in conflict or in harmony?” asks Scott, who seeks to at once draw-in and repel with his creations.

“Cake decorating is not normally associated with the fine arts,” explains Scott, “but when I saw the emotional power of the medium, it was apparent it needed further investigation.” With that, Scott’s “Cakeland” series was born. While his works of art are not edible, Scott’s methods—chronicled on Instagram in great detail—are drawn from baking. As he explains, “I enjoy learning diverse traditional decorative techniques as a hobby and applying them to my art.”

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