What is striking in the precise drawings of the japanese comic artist Manabe Shohei is their ability to immediately express the feeling of a street or a neighborhood. They succeed in revealing the interesting in the banal, the combination of the ordinary and the exceptional in the urban fabric.
Following the artist’s steps, we discover a naked japanese city where each detail is relevant to describe an everchanging urban condition.
Unfortunately, not many informations are available about this artist and his work. (Are these definitive drawings, or only background scenes? Which manga are they taken from? Every bit of information will be precious.)