Neon Genesis Evangelion for Nipponbashi

I've been invited to contribute to the Neon Genesis Evangelion: fans impact group show tributing 20 years of Neon Genesis Evangelion in occasion of Nipponbashi 2015 (japanese culture festival in Treviso). ink on paper + digital color

I've been invited to contribute to the  Neon Genesis Evangelion: fans impact group show tributing 20 years of Neon Genesis Evangelion in occasion of Nipponbashi 2015 (japanese culture festival in Treviso).
ink on paper + digital color
 
Everything is connected
Everything is connected - detail
ink scan
work in progress
work in progress

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