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+44 (0)20 7336 7696


New York OfficE

+1 212 710 1326

 

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Asia Office

+81 (0) 80 96 51 0808

 

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020 7336 7696

Founded 2005, Dutch Uncle is an award winning creative management agency with offices in London, New York and Tokyo. We represent and source creative talent for companies looking to commission illustration, design, animation and moving image.

Our client base is worldwide and the artists, illustrators and designers we represent come from either ends of the world with those situated in sunny San Francisco to those on the other side of the globe residing in the fast paced visual capital of the world, Tokyo.

Our relationships with our artists, clients and staff rely on friendships formed with common incentives and collective attitudes.

DU Definition: 'A Dutch Uncle insists on candor, honesty, truthfulness, and asks the tough moral and ethical questions -- before anyone else does. You can be a Dutch Uncle if you care enough about other people and they know you care.'

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YOCO

Yoco Nagamiya studied fashion Illustration at the renowned Masa Mode Academy of Art in Japan. Her beautiful, delicate and graceful works have been commissioned by an international array of magazines, fashion advertising and editorials. Over the 8 years Yoco has been creating her art, she has built up a client list of some of the worlds most recognised fashion brands.

 

‪At the heart of her work, Yoco adheres to the ancient Japanese Sumi-e painting principles of the beauty of simplicity. With ink and watercolour she executes as few strokes as possible to describe the subject. Her light and expressive brushwork glides across the page, recreating the human form with an inherent elegance. Scenes are similarly set, with just a few skilful touches, a cityscape, landscape or room is created, leaving precious space for the possibilities of the mind to wander in.‬ Yoco’s fluid presence of hand and acute perception capture the essence of femininity with true grace.‬

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YOCO NAGAMIYA

Yoco Nagamiya studied fashion Illustration at the renowned Masa Mode Academy of Art in Japan. Her beautiful, delicate and graceful works have been commissioned by an international array of magazines, fashion advertising and editorials. Over the 8 years Yoco has been creating her art, she has built up a client list of some of the worlds most recognised fashion brands.
‪At the heart of her work, Yoco adheres to the ancient Japanese Sumi-e painting principles of the beauty of simplicity. With ink and watercolour she executes as few strokes as possible to describe the subject. Her light and expressive brushwork glides across the page, recreating the human form with an inherent elegance. Scenes are similarly set, with just a few skilful touches, a cityscape, landscape or room is created, leaving precious space for the possibilities of the mind to wander in.‬ Yoco’s fluid presence of hand and acute perception capture the essence of femininity with true grace.‬

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'Yoco's fashion illustrations adhere to the ancient Japanese Sumi-e painting principles of the beauty of simplicity.'


FASHION REPORTAGE

Hiroki Kushino 2013‬

‪Anna Molinari MILAN FASHION WEEK 2012‬

‪Blumarine MILAN FASHION WEEK 2012‬

Shiseido Tokyo Fashion week 2012‬

‪KINO Tokyo Fashion Week 2012‬

‪Yuma Koshino Tokyo Fashion week 2012‬

Noriko Fukushima Tokyo Fashion week 2012‬

‪Press Event / Marks & Spencers, London 2011‬

 


Yoco's clients

Mikimoto

Chanel

Jo Malone

Van Cleef & Arpels

Corinthia Hotels

Liberty London

Harpers Bazaar USA

Figaro Japan

Vogue UK

Vogue Japan

Vogue Turkey

Harrods

Discover & Deliver

NET-A-PORTER

Marks & Spencers

Fenwick Departement Stores

CondeNast Traveller