Creative Animal Hair Style Collections By Nagi Noda
Nagi Noda was a Japanese pop artist and director born in Tokyo. She worked as a freelance art director and as an artist and fashion designer. She created camapigns for Nike and Laforet and a short film for Panasonic. Noda’s works are defined by artificiality and seriality, balancing between visual art and commercial relations with a high degree of creativity and non-conformity in their aesthetic and narration.
“The Works of Nagi Noda often make a disconcerting impression, with an aesthetic ranging from surreal to bizarre to poetic,” – Women in Graphic Design.
Nagi died on September 7, 2008, at age 34, after surgical complications from injuries sustained in a traffic accident the previous year.
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