2013. 5. 7. 23:08ㆍblog/art+
어린시절 자라면서 이 사람의 만화를 가장 많이 본것 같다.
아니 지금도 그사람의 만화를 난 재미있게 보구 있다. 그가 그냥 마냥 좋다.
독수리 오형제,인조인간 캐산,뱀파이어 헌터d. 천사의 알, 꿀벌마야 등등....
파이널 판타지의 디자인까지.. 70년대 부터 지금까지 계속 성장하는 나의 우상^^
위 사진은 독일 Gallery Michael Janssen에서 3월부터 5월까지 열린 개인전 전경과 아마노 요시타카의 그 밖의 작품들.
공식홈페이지( http://www.amanosworld.com [새창에서 열기] )에서는 이 밖의 많은 작품과 그의 소식을 알 수 있다.
1952 - Born in Shizuoka City, Japan
1967 - Started working for Tatsunoko Productions, worked on character development for such popular animated television series as Gatchaman (G-Force), The Adventures of Hutch, the Honeybee and The Time Bokan series
1982 - Twilight Worlds series in SF magazine, Hayakawa Publishing Corporation
- Began freelance fantasy art and covered art for magazines and books
1983 - Won 14th annual Seiun Award in the category of "art" and continued to win for four consecutive years
1987 - Created visual concept design for the game software Final Fantasy(Square) and continues to be concept designer for the series
1988 - Stage art and costume design for Tamasaburo Bando's production of the play Nayotake (Nissei Theatre)
1989 - Solo Exhibition Hiten at the Tokyo - Yurakucho Mullion
1990 - Began producing lithographs in Japan
1993 - Produced first stained glass for the Kimie Imura Fairy Art Museum in Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
1994 - Held first lithograph exhibition in Tokyo and Osaka
- In charge of stage art and costume design for Kaijin Besso
1995 - Began lithograph production at MAEGHT in Paris
1995 - Solo Exhibition at Orlean Art Museum in France
1996 - Began lithograph production at Solo Press in New York City
- Stage art for Yokihi at Kabuki Theater in Tokyo
1997 - Established studio in the New York City
1997 - Exhibition THINK LIKE AMANO in New York City
1998 - Concept design for the first philharmonic production of 3D/2D animated short film 1001 Nights which debuted at the Los Angeles Philharmonic April Concert
- Designed bronze statues to commemorate the opening of the Mokurei Bridge in Kanayama Town, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
1998 - Solo exhibition at Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival
- Exhibition THINK LIKE AMANO at Uenonomori Museum of Art in Tokyo
1999 - Solo exhibition HERO at Angel Orensanz Foundation in New York City
2000 - THE SANDMAN: The Dream Hunters was nominated for Hugo Award and won Eisner Award
- Artist Guest of Honor at Dragon Con, received Dragon Con Award and Julie Award
2001 - Started developing multi-genre presentations of HERO
2002 - Exhibitions in New York City (LEO KOENIG Inc.), London, Paris, Cologne, Lyon and Cavalaire in Southern France