Posted by Nick March 02, 2011

UK Artist James Jarvis has been out in Tokyo hosting what we hope is the first of many Amos Miniature Workshops and despite the heavy Tokyo rain there was a splendid turnout where visitors could buy James's artwork and get in on the act and be a part of James art by inking the first Japanese Wisdom of Caleb cartoons. More info + pics after the jump.

Hosted at One Gram in Tokyo this little workshop was a great opportunity to meet James and collaborate with Amos and check out their latest wares in the form of Caleb. One Gram being the perfect location for such a figure who adorns tees paying homage to streetwear brands like WTAPS, Bape & Supreme.

Also joining James and long time collaborator Russell were two 4ft Caleb figures who are just crying out for some t-shirt designs to adorn their robust figure! One of these would look superb in my house if Russell happens to be reading this ;)

Check out more pictures here on the Amos blog and the final cartoons can be seen here on the Wisdom of Caleb blog.

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