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L 残り 7
Work description

Baby bear robot with artificial intelligence loves flowers

Size

L size: length about 94mm x width about 94mm

Material

- Laminate: PET - Sticker: PET - Release paper: Paper

Other information

Made in Japan
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Artist Profile
Baron Ueda
Born in a family with a grandfather who was a Nishijin textile craftsman in Kyoto.
Since 2000, he has been working as a digital Bezier illustrator.
It features hard and bold lines using only Adobe Illustrator and a character illustration that expresses the branded "Baron eyes". His matte and flat expressions are supported by compositions that give an aggressive sense of depth, as well as pop and toon styles.
His representative works include STUFFED BEAR COMPANY and AI BEAR drawn since his debut, as well as Black Lion and KUMA * BUTSU.
Also, as a client work, I am currently working on Yogibo Racing, FM802 mascot character, Google Chrome artist theme, Kinosaki Onsen short story cafe Un mascot character, etc.
In the past, he has produced huge murals for advertising, publishing, games, and overseas for companies such as EXILE, Perfume, Tomoyasu Hotei, Enon Kawatani, Ichikoro, McDonald's, Nike, Honda, Konami, NHK, and GAINAX.
Collaboration with character IP (Devilman, Moomin, STAR WARS, MARVEL, Ultraman, Space Brothers, Gachapin & Mook).

In 2009, after a year and a half, she completed her large-scale work "Hachi" in a tea room in Nishijin, Kyoto, using washi paper, gold leaf, and silkscreen printing.
In 2013, she designed the characters for "Conversational Psychological Game Werewolf" (Gentosha), which became a bestseller with over 600,000 copies sold.
In 2015, she produced her masterpiece "Fujin Raijin Zu" at the request of Kyoto College of Art. Performed at the 400th anniversary of the Rimpa school held at the Toraya Kyoto Gallery.
In 2016, she created a golden Maiko figure for the interior of PABLO Kyoto.
In 2017, she won 3rd place in the world at the “LIMITS Digital Art Battle World Grand Prix” and appeared on TV “Matsuko Conference” as a top ranker.
In 2019, she published her own work collection "EYES" from Genkosha.
2021 Co-produced golden hanging scrolls, folding screens, and fusuma paintings with a mounting artist, and produced a novel tea room in the Japanese garden “Keitakuen” in Tennoji. She continues to challenge the fusion of digital and traditional.
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