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Japanese Goth

Author: Tiffany Godoy; Ivan Vartanian
Publisher: New York, NY : Universe ; [Enfield] : [Publishers Group UK, distributor], 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is a visual foray into Japan's popular and influential Gothic-Lolita and Gothic Punk subculture. It showcases a creative lifestyle synthesized from a remix of Victoriana, the macabre, anime, and theatricality, drawing on the early punks of the '70s and '80s and the club kids of the '90s. Japanese Goth blends disparate elements of global pop culture into something fun, stylish, and unique - part Marilyn  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
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Japanese Goth.
New York, NY : Universe ; [Enfield] : [Publishers Group UK, distributor], 2009
(OCoLC)891471480
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tiffany Godoy; Ivan Vartanian
ISBN: 9780789318527 0789318520
OCLC Number: 244056814
Notes: Statement of responsibility from colophon.
Description: 235 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Mana ; Loforet Underground Collection --
Introduction : Lolic ...? / Novala Takemoto --
Monochrome : Yoh ; Mukuro --
In wonderland : Kira Imai ; Baby, the Stars Shine Bright ; Mitsukazu Mihara ; Alice and the Pirates --
Thanatos : Toru Kamei ; Fuyuko Matsui --
Eternity : Ayami Kojima ; Hiroshi Nonami --
Eros : Takato Yamamoto --
m/f : Kaya ; Phantasmagoria --
Little ones : Masaru Shichinohe ; Kokushoku Sumire ; Mari Shimizu --
Dramatis personae : Versailles Philharmonic Orchestra ; Phantasmagoria ; Tae Natsuno ; Moi dix Mois --
Jardin de Bête : Nagi Noda and Kenneth Cappello ; h. NAOTO ; LIEN ; Takato Yamamoto --
Untitled : Mitsukazu Mihara --
In between : Katan Amano ; Ryo Yoshida.
Responsibility: [edited by Tiffany Godoy & Ivan Vartanian].

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"A delicate balance between the beautiful and the beastly that is "Japanese Goth." In a fun new book, Tokyo-based fashion writer Tiffany Godoy paints an intriguing overall picture of the scene." Read more...

 
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