Modern Asian Art – Yuta Onoda

Soon It Will Be Cold Enough

Yuta Onoda is a very talented illustrator and artist originally from Japan who’s currently working on his Bachelor of Applied Arts at the Sheridan College in Canada. I love the fact that you can see the Asian influence in his work but with his use of interesting color combinations, it comes off as fresh and modern. He’ll be showing some of his work alongside other emerging artist in San Diego for The Kids are Alright show at Subtext beginning this Friday, May 1st. Check out the Subtext website for more details.


Happiness of Being Loved


Confusion


Thousand Miles Away


Journey Through Pressure


Fraud


Consequence of Our Action


Wish Upon a Star

Yuta Onoda website



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