Amabie x Aphrodite

Watercolour, ink, gouache, acrylic on paper

26 x 18 cm


Amabie x Aphrodite


“When a pandemic devastates the country, draw an image of me and show it to as many people as possible.”

Amabie is Japanese yokai (monster-spirit) who mysteriously appeared from the sea water and  instructed people to share the image of it to stave off the disease.

Amabie was first documented by a government official in Japan in 1846.

I made this drawing so that people can 'share' this image.

You can download the image, only for the personal use against the pandemic!

Moving Hands Workshop

The series of tutorial videos introduce monsters, "yokai", and fairies based on the folklore of different countries.

Follow easy steps to create unique drawings and objects!

Latest works

Past exhibition

Tasty, Delicious, Good, Too good Chiaki


Τεχνών Γεύσεις

(Taste of Art)

Group exhibition

Larnaca Municipal Gallery

Larnaca, Cyprus



Tasty, Delicious, Good, Too good

Watercolour, ink and gouache on paper

56x76 cm




We Are Here But You Don't See Us

Solo exhibition

Paphos Municipal Gallery (Ibrahim's Khan)

Paphos, Cyprus


Nekomata Tala Gathering

Watercolour, ink, gouache and acrylic on paper

56x76 cm


Printable Pooka template is available.

Try colouring your own Pooka!

Sun Tanned Octopus, Tourist Octopus

Watercolour, ink, gouache, acrylic on paper 25.5x36.5cm 2019 Private collection