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S'YTE x KAZUO KAMIMURA Collaborate CollectionThe printed pattern on both sides of this collaborative shoulder bag is eye-catching.The collaboration logo on the front is based on an illustration that graced the cover of a weekly manga action magazine, and on the back is a flower depicting the tears of Kyoko, a character in the early 1970s hit "Dosei Jidai," which was described as "a landmark in the history of gekiga" (dramatic pictures), The logo back is printed with a lyrical illustration representative of the work.The large printed pattern is useful as a styling accent, and there is an inside pocket for separating small items, making it functional as well.<Living together period>.Kazuo Kamimura (1940-1986), a cartoonist who was called the "Painter of the Showa Era" for his fluid brush strokes.In the early 1970s, "Dosei Jidai" became a hit work that was described as "a milestone in the history of gekiga.It is one of the representative works of painter Kazuo Kamimura, whose works were not limited to the world of gekiga, but were even made into TV dramas and movies, and "cohabitation" even became a popular word at the time.<profile>Kamimura KazuoBorn on March 7, 1940 in Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture.In 1962, he graduated from Musashino Art University with a degree in design.He entered the world of gekiga when he met Mr. Yu Aku at the advertising agency Nobuhirosha, where he worked part-time while still in school.In 1967, she made her debut with "Kawaii Sayuri's Fall" in the first issue of Gekkan Town.The following year, he made a full-fledged foray into gekiga with "Parada" (original story by Yu Aku), serialized in Heibon Punch.Since then, he has released a series of lyrical masterpieces such as "Dosei Jidai," "Shura Yuki Hime" (original story by Kazuo Koike), and "Shinanogawa" (original story by Hideo Okazaki).In particular, "Dosei Jidai" became a hit work that has been described as "a milestone in the history of gekiga.He was also known as the "painter of the Showa era" for his fluid brush strokes, and was extremely busy, producing 400 manuscripts a month.In November 1985, he was hospitalized with a tumor of the hypopharynx.He passed away the following year, January 11, 1986. He was 45 years old.
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