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  • in the neighborhood | tadaomi shibuya’s geometric art

    Tadaomi Shibuya is an illustrator / designer / artist with a unique geometric style and an obvious passion for hip hop and jazz music. Based in Yokohama, Japan, Shibuya’s work has been featured in international galleries as well as on album covers and in commercial projects. His distinct, straight-line style is hard to miss as he elegantly portrays people and pop culture icons in a simple yet incredibly descriptive manner.

    “My art is influence by my childhood experiences, super robot animation, science fiction, hip hop music and Japanese art…My art has many straight lines because the straight line is a uniquely human concept. I follow this concept as a basic rule.”

    For more In The Neighborhood posts on NeochaEDGE, link here. /// SL

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    [Editor’s note: Although NeochaEDGE is focused on showcasing leading-edge creative content in China, our In The Neighborhood series allows us to step out of the Middle-Kingdom bubble and give an occasional “hat tip” to inspiring creative works from other Asian countries. If you would like to recommend or contribute content for an In The Neighborhood post on NeochaEDGE, please share it with us at EDGE@Neocha.com.]

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