Posted by Doug April 09, 2012

20>20 is an exhibition featuring work from 20 Japanese artists currently working in the illustration, Manga, anime and even the gaming industry. Their work has been making ripples in their prospective fields inspiring all those around them, including the next generation of artists. Each with their own unique style there are some very impressive pieces on show, and if you really like one of the pieces you can order prints of them for a meager Â£10 each unframed. 

I would definitely recommend seeing this exhibition while it is still on located in the basement space of the ICN Gallery & Cafe.

Here are some of the pieces you will see in the show amongst many others.



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