Greg Darroll aka Tokyo-Go-Go, a 24 year old illustrator and graphic designer from Durban, South Africa.
His work is a mix of Japanese art and culture combined with his fascination and influences about characters, designers toys, 2D animation, vector and colour.
Tokyo-Go-Go express himself through drawings, vector illustration and a bit of good and colourful humour that is always present in all his works.
This piece was created for Design Indaba Superstars 2010 where creatives where invited to submit a modified version of their on profile silhouette all in black and white.
Another work of art is the Munneebox Series One and Two.
This is a designer toys project made in hand crafted wood boxes compound by nine illustrated pieces. Each one haves it’s own personality and story.
Munneebox Series One
Munneebox Series Two
“Buy Art Not Drugs” is a series of five 3D posters made of an exhibition held in Durban. Each poster had a pair of Wayfarer 3D glasses.
His projects focus are mainly around strong concepts teamed with a very strong and personal style.
“…generally work with vector graphics, clean, colourful, crazy illustrations that get people thinking, laughing or just immersed in detail.”