Yumi Akiyama

http://r-studio6.wixsite.com/mysite-1
Mental or imagined scenery is expressed in sumi ink in the piece based on the sprits of Japanese calligraphy.
The work also has the concept of the “blank”, the importance of the balance between black and white, tangible and intangible or fullness and emptiness.

Miho Onodera

http://onodera.denberlin.com
I describe a small things on everyday life in the motif of animals.
Materials are ballpoint pen, water color, others.
I also sometimes feel an inspiration by DOGU(clay doll), then use it for motif.

Takeshi Nagaoka


My style of working is to use drawing inks, pencils and fineliner pens to produce black and white drawings, and to create accents within them
I mainly draw humans as a form of illustration.
My works extend from realistic to comical figures.

Koichi Nakada

www.koichinakada.red
I draw while following my impulses.
Not knowing whether the impulse comes from my soul or brain, I simply draw what is within myself.
I often draw with paint or crayons on newspaper rather than on a canvas.