Illustrated Ivy


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Kazuo Hozumi (b. 1930) began work as an architect but quickly became one of the top fashion illustrators in Japan as the main artist for Otoko no Fukushoku (the precursor to Men's Club magazine). He developed his signature character of "Ivy boy" (aibii bōya) in 1963 for a group show and continued to work with the character design throughout his life. His book Illustrated Ivy was first published in Japan in 1981 and his work still regularly appears in Japanese men's fashion magazines. Fiction, reality and the otherworldly co-exist in Herb Lester's universe. Since 2010, our illustrated maps have documented the distinctive in the world's great cities as well as charting locations associated with literature, rock'n'roll, the occult and wider pop culture. Increasingly untethered to the real world, our range of notepads from fictional hotels make ideal souvenirs from places no one can visit.

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