Fairytale Illustrations by Shoko Ishida

Illustration by Yodoka

About Shoko Ishida

Draws out the daydreams, the longings. Inspired by the nostalgic culture, stories, and musics of Japan, the delicate, and the bold, Shoko Ishida (a.k.a. yodaka) strives to create works that sparks a story. Going back and forth with traditional and digital medium, the coffee and tea enthusiast creates her works in the studio with her kawaii golden retriever sleeping by the desk.
Currently staying at Detroit, Michigan USA.


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Beauty and her Beast

Illustration of the story “Beauty and the Beast” by the Brothers Grimm, inspired by the Japanese Kabuki act “鏡獅子-Kagami Jishi”, which the girl turns into the beast herself. Digital.

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The Crane of Gratitude

Illustration based on the story “The Crane of Gratitude” done in pencil, color pencil, digital.


Sleeping Beauty

Illustration for the story “Sleeping Beauty” (Little Brier-Rose) by the Brothers Grimm, inspired by the Japanese culture. Color pencil, digital.

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Illustration, painting and wallpainting. www.marjoleincaljouw.com

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