Kito no Yorozu: $165.49

Shipping included.

Totally worth it.

While I would say Kantoku and Hanaharu Naruko have better technical skills, and Barasui and Takashi Hashimoto have been more influential to my personal style, I consider Kito to be the best depictor of the moe paradise all artists should aspire to reach.

Thanks to Kira and her extensive network of contacts for locating a copy of this super-rare artbook for me. This is like buying a painting or a rare Magic card, and has been the only opportunity so far, outside of buying the equally hard to find IOSYS albums, for me to get art from my favorite artist that isn’t just an image file.

2 Responses to “Kito no Yorozu: $165.49”

  1. Samukun says:

    Wow, congratulations. That’s the most expensive art book purchase I’ve heard of!

  2. Jesus159159159 says:

    You’re loaded!! (:3っ)っ三=-

    (those eyebrows…)

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