22.08.11 by Jeff

Torigun

“Torigun”, birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato.

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

Torigun birds dressed in military uniforms by Japanese artist Sato

via: neatorama













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



  • Niñaaaaaaa

    This is neatorama!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      haha yes!

  • http://www.bobbles.biz Robert

    Very, very good. Love them!

  • Jonathan

    FA KING DOPE!

    • http://creativitypays.blogspot.com/ ben

      Sofa King Dope!

  • Magda

    This is a great concept! Love it, they’re all so cute

  • alex

    Sooooooo cute … reminds me of ryan berkleys stuff.

  • OwlKef

    Great! I love them

  • http://shadowladders.blogspot.com mokasi

    Military Chic ! :) ( no excuse for bad pun)

  • lapetitefaon

    so cute!

  • KP

    These are awesome. I need them all!

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  • http://www.design4fantasy.com/blog say

    Check their shoes! very stylish! Like number 8 one.

  • c

    Are there prints of these? They’re so cute!

  • http://rp7o333.blogspot.com/ Old 333

    These rule!

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  • Blancdememoire

    I can only love all of this.

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