For a limited time this autumn, the Parco Museum Tokyo will host an exhibition of works from French graphic artist and illustrator Jean Jullien. Jullien moved to London in his twenties and studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art — and since graduating, his work has been featured by large companies and institutions such as Nike and Yale University.
This exhibition centers on the theme "Paper People", and it's inspired in part by Jullien's interest in Japan's manga culture. The imagery on display will showcase both the beauty and the quirkiness behind everyday life moments.
Admission to the exhibition is priced at 700 yen for adults and 500 yen for junior high and high school aged students. Elementary-aged students and below receive free admission.
The Parco Museum Tokyo is located on the 4th floor of the Shibuya Parco shopping complex. It can be accessed within four minutes on foot from Shibuya Station which is served by various lines including the Tokyo Metro's Ginza, Fukutoshin, and Hanzomon lines, the JR Yamanote Line, and the Keio Inokashira Line.