Posted by marc March 16, 2016
Kunisada Be@rbrick

The Bunkamura Museum in Japan is holding an exhibit featuring two classic Japanese artists. Kunisada and Kuniyoshi were both members of the Utagawa School, focusing on Ukiyo-e woodblock printmaking in the mid to late 1800s. To commemorate the exhibit, Medicom has created this Be@rbick, which will only be available at the museum, which pulls influence from both artists. I'm loving the mix of ukiyo-e style with modern Japanese toy art.

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