30.12.16 by Staff

“The Man Who Made the Kurobe Dam” by Artist Hiroyuki Izutsu

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Another fantastic series by Japanese artist Hiroyuki Izutsu. Click here for our previous post of Izutsu’s series “Don’t Give Up Japan”). More images from “The Man Who Made the Kurobe Dam” below.

 

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  • JD

    v cool, like a japanese alex katz comic book





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24.04.17 by Staff

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