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WEEK 1 : BROKEN ANGEL

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WEEK 1 : BROKEN ANGEL

WEEK 1  The concept for the Tenshi 壊れた Hoodie comes from a dark place and recovering from a broken heart. "A person that has been through a rough time, circumstance or anything out of their control will experience a time of adversity physical and mentally, so their intentions are not always of bad will."  COP HERE  壊れた "kowareta" means broken and 天使 "tenshi" means angel. A broken angel's mind is corrupted, but a heart is still pure.  


vol. 4 Ecchi vs. Hypersexualization

vol. 4 Ecchi vs. Hypersexualization

Prior to reading this blog please note that the title may come off as controversial, but it is not biased or a rise against ecchi anime. It is instead eye-opening and food for thought. Those are my intentions.  << Some of the most prominent examples are in the entertainment industry; where women's’ bodies are hypersexualized through movie roles, music videos and lyrics. A recent study conducted by the University of Buffalo revealed that over the course of 43 years, 61% of the women that have graced the cover of Rolling Stones magazine have become increasingly hypersexualized, compared to the mere two percent...


vol.3 Celebrities & Anime

vol.3 Celebrities & Anime

Celebrities & Anime  Anime has come a long way from when it first surfaced in American society. It’s hard to believe that in the early 1990’s there were only two anime shows in the U.S., but now anime generates millions of consumer dollars. Anime’s growing popularity has recruited some very influential celebrities. Stars such as Kim Kardashian, Michael B. Jordan, and John Boyega have all openly expressed their love for the Japanese artform. The Kardashian beauty mogul stated that her recent hair-do was inspired by Zero-Two, a pink-haired fighter from the sci-fi anime series Darling in the Franxx. Black Panther...