Maruograph II None

  • Title: Maruograph II
  • Author: Suehiro Maruo
  • ISBN: 9784845710904
  • Page: 440
  • Format: None
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    Maruo Graph DX II Japanese Edition Suehiro Maruo Maruo EX II showcases Maruo s recent works within it s stunning pages The book design is taken from the EX series, it still has a modern exotic touch with an mysterious atmosphere of old time Tokyo, associating with Maruo s retro style The included works are illustrations in magazine, book designs as well as rough sketches. SUEHIRO MARUO MARUOGRAPH II MARUO, SUEHIRO. Purveyors of fine new, out of print, and rare books on photography, art, fashion, design, architecture, cinema, food, and music since . Suehiro Maruo Maruograph II st Edition AkaTako Extremely rare first edition copy of Suehiro Maruo s Maruograph II Collection of plates in three sections Yume no Enkinho, Sekishibyou no Kamen, and Mikado Monogatari Tokyo Ankokugai Includes three essays. Suehiro Maruo Maruograph EX II SIGNED AkaTako Collection of works by Suehiro Maruo Contains illustrations of his delightfully twisted art plus a selection of pencil sketches Most plates are full color but there are also some black and white artworks included SIGNED inside the front cover photo upon request. Suehiro Maruo Maruograph DX II SIGNED AkaTako Contains pages than the EX version Maruograph was first released in , the EX extra version was released in , and now the DX deluxe is being released There will also be a special edition which combines I II into one, thick edition. Suehiro Maruo Maruograph DX II Waterstones Buy Suehiro Maruo Maruograph DX II from Waterstones today Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over .

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    About "Suehiro Maruo"

    1. Suehiro Maruo

      Maruo graduated from junior high school in March 1972 but dropped out of senior high school At the age of 15 he moved to Tokyo and began working for a bookbinder At 17, he made his first manga submission to Weekly Sh nen Jump, but it was considered by the editors to be too graphic for the magazine s format and was subsequently rejected Maruo temporarily removed himself from manga until November 1980 when he made his official debut as a manga artist in Ribon no Kishi at the age of 24 It was at this stage that the young artist was finally able to pursue his artistic vision without such stringent restrictions over the visual content of his work Two years later, his first stand alone anthology, Barairo no Kaibutsu Rose Colored Monster was published.Maruo was a frequent contributor to the legendary underground manga magazine Garo .Like many manga artists, Maruo sometimes makes cameo appearances in his own stories When photographed, he seldom appears without his trademark sunglasses.Though most prominently known for his work as a manga artist, Maruo has also produced illustrations for concert posters, CD Jackets, magazines, novels, and various other media Some of his characters have been made into figures as well.Though relatively few of Maruo s manga have been published outside of Japan, his work enjoys a cult following abroad.His book Sh jo Tsubaki aka Mr Arashi s Amazing Freak Show has been adapted into an animated film Midori by Hiroshi Harada with a soundtrack by J.A Seazer, but it has received very little release.Source

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