A wonderfully Mad World created by Shinnosuke Hariya

A Japanese artist uses pencil and paper to explore the world of comical realism

Image from Instagram @shinnosuke_hariya


Aug 25, 2020

By Saint Maison Team

Anime from the East and Cartoons from the West, A Japanese artist Shinnosuke Hariya brings the surreal back into the real world, creating life-like drawings of the Japanese classics. 

His drawings are primarily inspired by anime characters and street cultures, like 'Doraemon' and 'Rockman', mixed with a pinch of western movies and other pop cultures, like Star Wars and 'Nightmare Before Christmas'...But all coming with a unique twist of super-realism.

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