Is there any finer art?
No More Heroes is one of the most inventive and unique franchises out there, and fans of the series will soon be able to take in some one-of-a-kind art tributes at a special gallery event.
Gallery Nucleus has announced that they’ll be hosting a special exhibition of No More Heroes art from Kozaki Yusuke and Masanori Ushiki among others, and it’ll take place on June 25th, 2022 from 5 to 8 PM PT. This event is completely free to attend.
While at the event, you can also snag some new stickers, prints, and other exclusive goodies. You can even get an autograph from Masanori Ushiki, but if you want something signed outside of shikishi boards and books, you’ll have to pay $10.
If you can’t attend this gallery event in person, you’ll be happy to know that Gallery Nucleus will be offering a streaming showcase as well. If you want to know more about Kozaki or Ushiki, you can see official profiles for them below.
ABOUT KOZAKI YUSUKE
Yusuke Kozaki is a prolific illustrator, manga creator, and character designer for the animation, film, and video game industries in Japan. Starting out as a manga artist in 1997, Kozaki-san has since worked on several well known video games, comics, and films. His manga Donyatsu was made into an animated series. Some of the notable titles include:
- Pokemon Go (Illustrator / Character Designer)
- Fire Emblem (Illustrator / Character Designer) Awakening, Fates, Heroes
- No More Heroes (Illustrator / Character Designer)
- Tekken 7 (Character Designer)
- Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Illustrator / Character Designer)
- Speed Grapher (Illustrator / Character Designer)
- Super Smash Bros (Character Designer) Robin, Lucina, Corrin
- Donyatsu (Writer / Creator)
ABOUT MASANORI USHIKI
Born in Niigata prefecture in 1981. He lives and stays in Meguro-ku, Tokyo. Since Graduating from Musashino Art University drawing school, Masa has worked for a stationery maker, a web production company, he eventually found himself as a freelance illustrator and artist.
Masa likes to present work tailored to the times and media of today. From humorous portraits to fashion conscious works based on aspects of boys’ culture such as manga, animation, special effects.