A Pixiv Tribute to "Where The Wild Things Are"

Japanese fan art tributes to work of recently passed children's author Maurice Sendak

Children's literature lost its great, transformative luminary today in writer and illustrator Maurice Sendak, who passed away at age 83 after complications from a stroke. His best known work, Where the Wild Things Are, was known around the world, with its recognition only amplified by the Spike Jonze film adaptation.

 

Japanese online art community Pixiv has regularly featured fan art paying tribute to Where the Wild Things Are. Here are a selection of homages to the much beloved story of anger and imagination.

 

ende

 

ななみ【両日F154】

2.5D

 

U子@砂かけアサシン


杏丹

 

MAY

野良雨治

 

あいかた

shabon.o0

 

てん

 

おーみ

 

セト

 

おがぽよ

 

根古芽 好物

 

正タロ

 

みくにく

 

みつあみ

 

Zuhoon

 

メー吉

 

 

にぃちご

 

Chima

 

オニヤンマ

 

39.

 

たなたそ・こいたん


氏←


いけや@潜伏

 

Gildna

 

白崎シロ

 

絵描人ハナマサGT

 

みじか@ダムハ中(毒)

 

85

 

flying-ace

 

ポニー


hans


ばにら


よもぎ

 

柴山 智隆

 

 

 

むげにむ

九重


ボク


Nkingyo

 

shun

 

リ  ヨ


ストーン大将軍


ピッタンコ

 

yukke


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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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