Amazing illustrations by Tatsuyuki Tanaka. I came across his work in a book called Cannabis Works. All I know about him is that he has worked in animation - notably Akira. There doesn’t seem to be much of his art out there besides Cannabis Works and even that seems to be out of print. I would love to see more of his work if anyone has any links.
Just wanted to take a moment to brag (again!) about the fabulous artists I hired for my upcoming ghostblogging book, LittleZotz Writing: School for Ghosts. :D I don’t want to reveal their entire pieces yet, but here’s a little sneak peek at some of their work.
- Top left = Heather Landry (Accepts commissions)
- Top right = Paris Matic (Accepts commissions)
- Bottom left = Me
- Bottom Right = Sandra Kang
Not Pictured: Ramiro Roman, Jr. Ramiro’s illustrating the front & back covers — his art won’t be shown until the book’s out!
These three ladies and one gent have worked really hard to make my book visually interesting. Please continue to show them your love. :)
In the meantime, I’m working hard to make sure that my writing lives up to the quality of their art. I know not everyone is interested in becoming a ghostwriter, but, if you are, I think you’re going to love this book.
ghost writing artwork - who doesn’t love the little spooky ones? Check this book (I contributed to) when it comes out!
Falcao Lucas, LOVERS, 2014
Since everybody liked our “Love” animation so much we decided to create an art print.
Hope you like it and if you want you can buy it here.
Judging by the questions I’ve been receiving, there’s a lot of confusion surrounding my upcoming book on ghostwriting. I decided to clear that up:
Illustration by Sandra Kang.
OoOoo ~ peep the cute ghostie … I didn’t draw this illustration, but I’m one of the people who’s part of this project. Remember to check it out!
Schéhérazade. Ida Rubinstein and Vaslav Nijinsky (1913). George Barbier (French, 1882-1932).
Schéhérazade is a ballet in one act with choreography by Fokine, libretto by Benois, music by Rimsky-Korsakov and design by Bakst. Premiered 4 June 1910 by Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes at Paris Opera.