Yoko Furusho's Tokyo heritage shines through in her eclectic illustrations. From trees with stockinged-leg branches and hair-based gingerbread houses, each image is a riot of imagination, complemented with perfectly balanced composition.

Yoko creates her highly detailed images with ink and acrylic, and is inspired by fashion and texture. This inspiration is clear in the wealth of patterns and motifs throughout her work.

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This post by Katherine Holt originally appeared at Ape on the Moon.

The Riotous Imagination of Yoko Furusho

The Riotous Imagination of Yoko Furusho

The Riotous Imagination of Yoko Furusho

The Riotous Imagination of Yoko Furusho

The Riotous Imagination of Yoko Furusho