Artist Celebrates Japanese Art And Culture With Strong And Beautiful Women Illustrations
Born in Chiba prefecture, illustrator and graphic designer Nadesico Rin’s style focuses on more traditional aspects of Japanese art and culture. On her official website, she cites a love for Japanese art and culture, the aesthetic of which has raised her and led her to the focus of her artwork.
The primary focus of Nadescio’s artwork are otome, or Japanese maidens, combining elements of bijinga (artwork of beautiful women, popular as ukiyo-e woodblock prints) while celebrating other interests such as kabuki, kimono, Buddhism, and even guitars. She makes these beautiful women the focus of her art to gently showcase the “strength that lurks within a woman”, as well as the beauty of the wise and resolute.
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