Marina Gonzalez - Illustrator in Tokyo

Marina Gonzalez

I'm an illustrator in Tokyo, Japan

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About me

I love graphic design, UI and illustration.

My Creations

  1. nice to meet you

  2. The second illustration from my "meet the artist" series

  3. Likes

    12 March

    Last piece of my "meet the artist" series

  4. Slice of life

    27 February

    Me every other day

  5. Shibuya School Girls

    Shibuya wouldn't be Shibuya without JK eating snacks on the street

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  6. Self portrait

    25 February

    Self portrait

  7. Kasa Obake

    16 December 2018

    Kasa Obake (傘お化け) is a playful spirit. This yōkai enjoys sneaking up on humans and licking them with his enormous tongue 👅 It’s also known as Karakasa.

    This is the first one of my yōkai series! (Yōkai are a class of supernatural monsters, spirits and demons in Japanese folklore)

  8. Kappa

    17 December 2018

    Kappa are aquatic reptilian humanoids who inhabit the rivers and streams found all over Japan.

    They are proud and stubborn, but also fiercely honorable and they'll always return a bow. So if you are ever attacked by one, you can trick it into bowing so low that the water in... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  9. Rokurokubi

    18 December 2018

    Rokurokubi are women transformed by a curse. By night, while their bodies, their necks stretch to an incredible length and roam around freely, causing mischief by scaring nearby people or licking lamp oil with their long tongue.

    This is the third one of my yōkai series! (Yōkai are a class... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  10. Ao Andon

    5 February

    The Ao Andon is a demonic woman who emerges from the smoke of a blue lantern after storytelling gatherings. During these gatherings, one hundred candles would be lit and placed inside of blue paper lanterns. After each ghost story, one candle would be snuffed out, until finally only the hundredth... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  11. Tengu

    11 February

    👺Tengu are born when a person dies who is not wicked enough to go to Hell, but is too angry, vain, proud, or heretical to go to Heaven. The tengu is a personification of those excessive vices, magnified and empowered in a new, demonic form.

    The tengu appears in a... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  12. Aka Oni

    18 February

    Oni (鬼) are one the greatest icons of Japanese folklore. They come in many varieties, but are most commonly depicted with red or blue skin, wild hair, two or more horns, and fang-like tusks 👹
    Oni are born when truly wicked humans die and end up in one of the... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  13. Ao Oni

    21 February

    Blue Oni