Coming Soon: SUGOI! An Art Show Tribute to Japanese Animation

Coming Soon: SUGOI! An Art Show Tribute to Japanese Animation

Spoke Art is excited to share our next exhibition coming to our San Francisco location, SUGOI! An Art Show Tribute to Japanese Animation. For this show we’ve invited artists from around the world to create all new artwork celebrating our favorite anime. From Akira to Doraemon to Neon Genesis Evangelion to Spirited Away, our artists have pulled inspiration from anime spanning the past few decades. The result is an incredible collection of artwork that will thrill any fan of Japanimation. 

Scroll down for more sneak peeks of artwork from the show and follow along with us @spoke_art for more info leading up the event. 

Join us at our San Francisco location July 9th from 4pm – 7pm PT for the opening event. The exhibition will run through July 30th. We are continuing to ask visitors to show vaccination status and wear face coverings while inside the gallery in order to keep our colleagues safe. 

Location: Spoke Art – 816 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94109 

Dates: July 9th – 30th, 2022

Opening Event: July 9th from 4pm – 7pm PT

Online Release: July 14th at 10am PT on

Participating Artists:

Alimo | Ise Ananphada | Stacey Aoyama | Vincent Aseo | Derek Ballard | Germain Barthelemy | Jonathan Bartlett | Joshua Budich | Danny Brown | Ivonna Buenrostro | Choobi | Mai Ly Degnan | Ricardo Diseño | Alex Garant | Dan Grissom | Gina Hendry | Kevan Hom | Carrie Anne Hudson | Sarah Joncas | Vance Kelly | Edith Lebeau | Marko Manev | Samantha Mash | Sarah Maxwell | Kemi Mai | Minizakis | JP Neang | Jeany Ngo | Chelsea O’Byrne | Lily Padula | Ruel Pascual | Dakota Randall | Emily Roberts | Rucking Fotten | SAMMY | Leonardo Santamaria | Cindy Scaife | Nick Stokes | Steve Thomas | Geoff Trapp | Josey Tsao | Nathaniel David Utesch | Van Orton Design | Duy Võ | Tom Whalen

Joshua Budich's Dragon Ball Z featuring various characters from the series on rainbow foil paperJoshua Budich “Dragon Ball Z”

JP Neang JP Neang “San”

Steve Thomas' "Visit the Spirit World" artwork featuring the bathhouse, train and characters from Spirited AwaySteve Thomas “Visit The Spirit World”

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