Ilya Kuvshinov is a Russian illustrator and comic artist based in Japan. In this first book collection of his work, readers can see a fascinating combination of adorable girls with large, manga-influenced eyes, and soulful Japanese landscape illustrations. Momentary features never-before-published finished work and sketches, as well as written commentary (in both Japanese and English) from the artist himself.
Kuvshinov has a significant social media following on Instagram, Twitter and DeviantArt. On Instagram alone, 785,000 followers from all over the world eagerly await his latest posts.
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