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Hall of Fame: a tribute to those who made us dream

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Published on 31/05/2012 - Edition 2012

In 2011, the world of animation and comics lost Osamu DEZAKI, Shingo ARAKI, Bruno BIANCHI and Moebius. Four great artists who left their mark on us, each one in his own way, and to whom Japan Expo pays a tribute, with your contribution.

Astroboy, Cobra, Nobody's Boy: Remi, Lady Oscar, Ulysses 31, Saint Seiya, Inspector Gadget, Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats, Blueberry…: we could mention so many more, among all those works we loved as children and which have given us beautiful memories.

To pay a tribute to the late artists who created those memories, and make their work known to the youngest, Japan Expo is organizing the Hall of Fame exhibition to which you contributed by sending us your works, along with works by Osamu DEZAKI, Shingo ARAKI, Bruno BIANCHI and Moebius.

You have one last chance to take part in the Hall of Fame exhibition by sending us your text or illustration before June 8. More about the participation conditions below.


More about the Hall of Fame

Illustration Nobody's Boy: Remi © TMS


To take part in it

Your tribute may be a drawing or a painting. You have until June 8 to send your work, by mail or e-mail. Among those we will receive, some will be selected to be part of the exhibition and will be published on Facebook.

Attention! Digital files must be in a good enough quality to be presented in the framework of the exhibition (300 dpi at least).

By mail
By e-mail
Japan Expo
Exposition Hall of Fame
14 place Georges POMPIDOU
93160 Noisy-le-Grand – France

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gyvareva, 24 years, Kauffenheim
gyvareva, 24 years, Kauffenheim
Bon courage aux participants ;)
Published on 04/06/2012 à 11:45
Mu-chan, Gourin
Mu-chan, Gourin
Un bel hommage pour des personnes à qui on doit beaucoup de chose. Bonne chance aux participants aussi.
Published on 02/06/2012 à 14:53
sakyko-chan, 16 years, La chapelle - hermier
sakyko-chan, 16 years, La chapelle - hermier
oui bonne idée
Published on 01/06/2012 à 18:00

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