Singaporean Artist Depicts How Strange She Feels In Japan – Design You Trust

Singaporean Artist Depicts How Strange She Feels In Japan

Being silent on a train or not seeing a trashcan anywhere are just some of the things you can only experience in Japan. After spending some time there, the Singaporean artist Evangeline Neo decided to demonstrate the differences between the Japanese culture and her homeland.

More: Evangeline Neo, Instagram, Facebook h/t: playjunkie

“I studied in Tokyo during 2010-2014 and noticed a lot of cultural differences between Japan and my country so I started to draw these comic strips about them to deal with my culture shock,” the artist shared on Bored Panda. “I hope my comics will help more foreigners to understand Japan and Japanese better, as well as to increase awareness and change how we behave.”

Better known as Eva Comics on social media, Neo has been drawing webcomics since 2007 and with her remarkable talent and cute Japanese style illustrations, she became one of the most recognized artists in Southeast Asia.

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Artist Decided To Use Lego Figures In Order To Recreate Popular Movie, TV Show And Game Scenes
This Artist Took Idioms Too Literally And Illustrated The Hilarious Result
Mira Petrova’s Illustrations Will Make You Think About Your Waste
"Introspection": The Superb Digital 3D Sculptures of Sasha Belitskaja
25 Amazing 1970s Album Advertisements
If Disney Characters Used Instagram, This Is What You'd See
This Artist Inks People With Micro Pop Culture Tattoos, And Here Are His Best Works
The Ugly Glamour Cats by Gregory Jacobsen
This Modern Japanese Fishing Boat Designed With Graphic Motifs
Documenting America: Scenes of Early-Century New York City Life in Paintings of John French Sloan
Music + Illustration: “Traços Musicais” By Martokos
"Kiss Me Quick. We’re All Dying": The Evoking Digital Sculptures by Sasha Katz
Kawaii In The Afterlife: The Playfully Religious Art Of Japanese Illustrator Hasuimo
Malaysian Artist Perfectly Creates Fluffy Cats Using Just Ink
"Dusk Of An Infinite Shade": The Superb Fantasy Oil Paintings By Steven Belledin
Every Year, Graffiti Artists Turn This Traffic Circle Into Amazing Legal Art Murals
"The Last Of Us" Concept Art By John Sweeney
Guy Uses Modern Software To Restore The Faces Of Julius Caesar And 23 Other People From Ancient History
When Your Daughter Has To Wear An Eye Patch Every Day, You Make The Most Of It
"Journey to the East": The Superb Concept Art Works by Dom Lay
The Most Uplifting Post On The Net
Cleverly Manipulated Movie Titles
Japanese Priest Adorably Still Uses “Cat Mug” Made by Daughter Even Though It’s an Eye-Stabbing Demon
Twisted & Satirical Pop Culture Characters By Dan LuVisi