This Japanese Artist Perfectly Draws Traditional Slavic Characters with Manga Twist – Design You Trust

This Japanese Artist Perfectly Draws Traditional Slavic Characters with Manga Twist

Keishi Kuraibe is a Japanese manga artist who draws with an iPad. The most remarkable thing is that in his drawings he perfectly conveys Slavic folklore motifs, multiplied by the manga style.

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