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Page illustration from Moonlight Ink: Notes from a yokai hunter's field journal, ISBN 978-0-6484122-4-3.
Easily mistaken for Edo-period tofu-peddling urchins, these milquetoast yōkai are true weaklings; tōfu kozō will annoy the living daylights out of someone rather than pose any physical threat. They like to hang around people, so you'll find them in well-populated areas, trying to give out blocks of tōfu that no one asked for nor wants. Because of their extreme deficit in strength, they get pushed around by more powerful (read: any other) yōkai.
I'm an illustrator who lives in Brisbane Australia with my beautiful and talented partner and our clever and funny son. I love monsters, robots, pizza, and noodles.
By day, I work in an office as a technical writer, so all my art output happens on lunch breaks and late at night. My dream is to one day draw pictures for a living instead.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.