Illustrated and written by Ken Taya a.k.a. Enfu
Pages overflow with offbeat characters and equally offbeat wisdom from the mind of prolific digital artist Enfu.
Enfu follows his bright and poppy debut, Cute Grit (Chin Music Press, 2014), with Enfu Inks, an all black-and-white extravaganza of bizarre characters and bilingual wisdom. This frenetically paced book is at turns macabre, grotesque, cute, and silly. It is a testament to Enfu's love of drawing and prolific productivity.
Ken Taya, also known as Enfu, is a bilingual Japanese American artist based in Seattle and San Francisco. His first book, Cute Grit, is a compilation of his digital artwork spanning more than 10 years, from 2004 to 2014. In this new book, Ken returns to his analog roots, using black ink on shikishi boards.
Ken currently works as a producer for the mobile-gaming company Supercell. He has been in the video-game industry since 2002 and has worked on such franchises as Halo and Scribblenauts. He has also worked on various other titles in mobile, console, and PC gaming. You can find some of his work in digital sticker capsules in CS:GO.