Toshio Saeki is a Japanese artist most known for his strange, erotic, and often controversial works. One of the aspects that helps him stand out in the pack is the way he combines his oddball style with traditional Japanese techniques, specifically woodcut printing.
Starting later this week, people in San Francisco will have an opportunity to look at his work up close and personal. From November 4 – November 28, Last Gasp and SF’s 111 Minna Gallery team up to bring an exclusive solo exhibition of Toshio Saeki’s art to the city.
You can peep a preview of Saeki’s art—a good deal of which is featured in Last Gasp’s one of a kind collection, Onikage: The Art of Toshio Saeki—at the link below. If you can’t make it to the gallery showing, the book itself is definitely worth picking up, just be aware that it’s adult and, for those of you in an office, not particularly safe for work.
Source [Last Gasp]