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  • Art. illustration. For Example: yuko michishita

    05.06.2012

    yuko michishita

    illustration

    Yuko Michishita is a Japanese illustrator currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

    Yuko was based in the UK from September 2004 to October 2011, she completed a BA in Illustration at the University of Brighton and started her career as an illustrator in 2009.

    The inspiration for her visual aesthetic comes from a range of subjects, such as organic natural forms, historical scientific diagrams and the playfulness of Modernist typography.

    Ernst Haeckel’s work is one of the major influences on her passion for creation. Another is the detailed photography of Karl Blossfeldt. These artists focus on the intricate nature of real and unreal lifeforms, and continue to be a great inspiration in her work.

    All of Yuko's work begins with a detailed pencil drawing. This is then scanned and coloured digitally, allowing her to finetune the artwork to a high precision.

    Yuko's work has appeared on album covers, posters, T-shirts and crockery.

    www.yukomich.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: yuko michishita

    05.06.2012

    yuko michishita

    illustration

    Yuko Michishita is a Japanese illustrator currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

    Yuko was based in the UK from September 2004 to October 2011, she completed a BA in Illustration at the University of Brighton and started her career as an illustrator in 2009.

    The inspiration for her visual aesthetic comes from a range of subjects, such as organic natural forms, historical scientific diagrams and the playfulness of Modernist typography.

    Ernst Haeckel’s work is one of the major influences on her passion for creation. Another is the detailed photography of Karl Blossfeldt. These artists focus on the intricate nature of real and unreal lifeforms, and continue to be a great inspiration in her work.

    All of Yuko's work begins with a detailed pencil drawing. This is then scanned and coloured digitally, allowing her to finetune the artwork to a high precision.

    Yuko's work has appeared on album covers, posters, T-shirts and crockery.

    www.yukomich.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: yuko michishita

    05.06.2012

    yuko michishita

    illustration

    Yuko Michishita is a Japanese illustrator currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

    Yuko was based in the UK from September 2004 to October 2011, she completed a BA in Illustration at the University of Brighton and started her career as an illustrator in 2009.

    The inspiration for her visual aesthetic comes from a range of subjects, such as organic natural forms, historical scientific diagrams and the playfulness of Modernist typography.

    Ernst Haeckel’s work is one of the major influences on her passion for creation. Another is the detailed photography of Karl Blossfeldt. These artists focus on the intricate nature of real and unreal lifeforms, and continue to be a great inspiration in her work.

    All of Yuko's work begins with a detailed pencil drawing. This is then scanned and coloured digitally, allowing her to finetune the artwork to a high precision.

    Yuko's work has appeared on album covers, posters, T-shirts and crockery.

    www.yukomich.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: yuko michishita

    05.06.2012

    yuko michishita

    illustration

    Yuko Michishita is a Japanese illustrator currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

    Yuko was based in the UK from September 2004 to October 2011, she completed a BA in Illustration at the University of Brighton and started her career as an illustrator in 2009.

    The inspiration for her visual aesthetic comes from a range of subjects, such as organic natural forms, historical scientific diagrams and the playfulness of Modernist typography.

    Ernst Haeckel’s work is one of the major influences on her passion for creation. Another is the detailed photography of Karl Blossfeldt. These artists focus on the intricate nature of real and unreal lifeforms, and continue to be a great inspiration in her work.

    All of Yuko's work begins with a detailed pencil drawing. This is then scanned and coloured digitally, allowing her to finetune the artwork to a high precision.

    Yuko's work has appeared on album covers, posters, T-shirts and crockery.

    www.yukomich.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: yuko michishita

    05.06.2012

    yuko michishita

    illustration

    Yuko Michishita is a Japanese illustrator currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

    Yuko was based in the UK from September 2004 to October 2011, she completed a BA in Illustration at the University of Brighton and started her career as an illustrator in 2009.

    The inspiration for her visual aesthetic comes from a range of subjects, such as organic natural forms, historical scientific diagrams and the playfulness of Modernist typography.

    Ernst Haeckel’s work is one of the major influences on her passion for creation. Another is the detailed photography of Karl Blossfeldt. These artists focus on the intricate nature of real and unreal lifeforms, and continue to be a great inspiration in her work.

    All of Yuko's work begins with a detailed pencil drawing. This is then scanned and coloured digitally, allowing her to finetune the artwork to a high precision.

    Yuko's work has appeared on album covers, posters, T-shirts and crockery.

    www.yukomich.com
  • Art. illustration. For Example: yuko michishita

    05.06.2012

    yuko michishita

    illustration

    Yuko Michishita is a Japanese illustrator currently based in Melbourne, Australia.

    Yuko was based in the UK from September 2004 to October 2011, she completed a BA in Illustration at the University of Brighton and started her career as an illustrator in 2009.

    The inspiration for her visual aesthetic comes from a range of subjects, such as organic natural forms, historical scientific diagrams and the playfulness of Modernist typography.

    Ernst Haeckel’s work is one of the major influences on her passion for creation. Another is the detailed photography of Karl Blossfeldt. These artists focus on the intricate nature of real and unreal lifeforms, and continue to be a great inspiration in her work.

    All of Yuko's work begins with a detailed pencil drawing. This is then scanned and coloured digitally, allowing her to finetune the artwork to a high precision.

    Yuko's work has appeared on album covers, posters, T-shirts and crockery.

    www.yukomich.com
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