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Yuko Shimizu, Twitter Tsunami, cover story written by Bill Powell about a village in Japan that fish dolphins and center of controversy. For April 4, 2014 issue of Newsweek

“newsweek: Our latest cover story: A social media storm descends on Taiji, the Japanese town at the center of a dolphin slaughter. Paywall is down on this story.

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Yuko Shimizu on Haruki Murakami

I love, love, love Yuko Shimizu. LOVE!

Yuko Shimizu, poster and flyer image for Sketchtravel exhibition in Kyoto International Manga Museum in Japan,

Monsters and Mythical Creatures by Yuko Shimizu, via Behance

Monsters and Mythical Creatures by Yuko Shimizu

Yuko Shimizu (b. Chiba prefecture, Japan) - Cover created for DC Comics Vertigo series The Unwritten issue No.

The Yuko Shimizu Book  This reminds me of the phrase "sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me."

The Yuko Shimizu Book This reminds me of the phrase "sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me.

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Yuko Shimizu's Asian Super-Girls

Yuko Shimizu: “Panda Bear Girl—The First Asian American Superheroine”—illustration included in the book Artistic Utopia

groot/klein: - hoe verder weg. hoe kleiner - vormen die verder weg zijn zie je kleiner - door een vorm kleiner te teken lijkt hij verder weg.

Whimsical Water-Focused Art

Home is wherever: >> Into the water illustrations.swimming illustrations by New Yorker Yuko Shimizu

Science Fiction! (.. or something like it) by Yuko Shimizu, via Behance

Yuko Shimizu - The Future is Japanese book cover - an anthology of Science Fiction and fantasies from and about Japan, published by Haikasoru, 2012

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Yuko Shimizu's Asian Super-Girls

:: Yuko Shimizu ::  Check out her feature on EK:  http://www.emptykingdom.com/?s=Yuko+Shimizu

turecepcja: “ Illustrations by Yuko Shimizu an award-winning Japanese illustrator based in New York City. Her first monograph which includes works from past ten years of her career was published from.