Simona Dvorská

Simona Dvorská

Everything is how it should be :) So when you fall down, it's just an option to start again :) Your dreams will come true, so don't worry be random :) Hard work
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"Matto," as he's called in Japan, seriously impresses with his delicately colored illustrations of Tokyo shops.

The third illustration from my “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour series. It is an old hair salon located really close to the place I lived when I first moved to Tokyo.

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Eight piece in my “Tokyo Storefront” watercolour illustration series. This alcohol shop is located in Tokyo’s Mejiro district and even though it doesn’t look like this from the outside it was build before the World War in Of course the vending

The second piece from my ongoing “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour illustration series. This time, to make some contrast with the previous really colourful meat shop I chose a little bit more industrial building. It is the (former) TSURUYA tailors in Jinbōchō district now a cute antiques and variety shop. The top round sign - a trademark of this shop was unfortunately already taken down when I got there to take some photos so I had to add it using some old photos I found in the Internet. On…

The second piece from my ongoing “Tokyo Storefronts” watercolour illustration series. This time, to make some contrast with the previous really colourful meat shop I chose a little bit more industrial building. It is the (former) TSURUYA tailors in

ArtStation - Tokyo storefront #01 YAMANE, Mateusz マテウシュ Urbanowicz ウルバノヴィチ

When I moved to Tokyo, more than 3 years ago I was really surprised that upon my walks I encountered so many shops still in business in really old buildings. Differently to Kobe, where the earthquake wiped out a lot of these old downtown houses and shops,

Tokyo Storefront #10 Noike, Mateusz マテウシュ Urbanowicz ウルバノヴィチ on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/m6vg8

Final piece in this “Tokyo Storefront” watercolour illustration series. This is a really interesting sushi shop located in the Yanaka Tokyo district. I like how this building combines traditional Japanese elements with this designer’s white front and.

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Tokyo Storefront series (Kitchen Kuku) A new piece in my “Tokyo Storefront” watercolour illustration series. This shop is a lot newer and a lot shabbier than most on the pictures that I did in the series but I find this kind of shops all around.

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Sixth shop portrayed in the “Tokyo Storefront” series. I found this one during my walks in the Yanaka district which is a famous spot in Tokyo for old buildings. This shop catches the eye instantly with the colourful print above the door.