Jenny kaori: Riding the Wave of New Japanese Graphic Art

Inspired by the wave of digital natives, online illustrators and amateur artists who gained prominence in the early 2000s, Jenny kaori is known for her bold, punky depictions of girlhood.

kaori gives an insight into her creative process and explains how manga and anime have influenced her style in this video interview.

Jenny kaori’s work Life is Good, which encapsulates ‘the sadness and loneliness of being female,’ is featured in the exhibition WAVE: Currents in Japanese Graphic Arts.

Life is Good

Life is Good by Jenny kaori

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