To celebrate her recent anime announcement, fellow Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko protagonist Haruhi Suzumiya joined Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian's Alya under the cherry blossoms in a special illustration by Noizi Ito. Hit the jump for the full picture!
This June marks the 20th anniversary of the ever-influential Haruhi Suzumiya franchise and to start the festivities, the heart of the fandom in Akihabara held an exhibition showcasing illustrator Noizi Ito's art from the original light novels. Journey past the jump to discover how the illustrations came to be!
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya is headed back to Akihabara in a newly announced exhibition celebrating Noizi Ito's light novel art for the franchise. The three-part exhibition will see original art from the light novels on display, including original drafts and in-production line art. Check out all the details after the jump!
Tite Kubo's style isn't the only familiar artwork you'll be seeing in the upcoming Project Sakura Wars. Two new characters were introduced during the game's latest live broadcast, featuring designs by The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya illustrator Noizi Ito. Meet Itsuki and Hiromi after the jump!
In honor of this week's announcement that Anime Expo will be hosting Haruhi character designer/illustrator Noizi Ito, we've put together a few of her live drawing videos, starting with her visit to last month's Kawaii Kon 2013, where she did two live drawings and gave attendees an exclusive look at her newest art book cover. Check them out after the jump.
Anime Expo has announced that the 2013 convention will be hosting moe luminary Noizi Ito. Her work includes Shakugan no Shana by Dengeki Bunko, the Haruhi Suzumiya series by Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko, and most recently, The Guided Fate Paradox by Nippon Ichi Software, Inc. More after the jump.