28.10.10 by Jeff

Chotto Omoshiroi

“Chotto Omoshiroi”, a little zine by Mogu Takahashi. It’s bundled with an A2 poster and my friend Amy will also give ya 10% off if you use the coupon code YAYPIKA.

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland

Chotto Omoshiroi zine by Mogu Takahashi pikabooks pikaland













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Oh man, I love mogu so much!

    Am I correct in vaguely remembering this style is inspired by an old Japanese drawing style? If so, which?

  • Mogu!!! Nice work Mogu-chan!!!
    Omedetou!
    Love Love
    Hello Sandwich
    xoxo

  • Spoony

    Getting this one, that’s for sure! Such amazing artwork and usefull too!





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