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Graphic design company Digix has created a logo with a Japanese twist.
The logo combines elements of two Japanese characters, the fox and the wolf, and it’s meant to evoke the Japanese spirit of “anime.”
In this case, the logo shows the logo’s iconic kanji characters and kanji-like kanji.
Japanese animation studio A-1 Pictures created the logo with animation by The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and the logo was published in November as a poster.
“I hope people see this as an inspiration for the future,” said Mikako Nakamura, the company’s vice president for corporate communications.
“We’ve designed this logo to give people a glimpse of the way Japan looks at the world.”
The logo’s design was inspired by a Japanese design for an anime character.
It has a cartoonish design with bright colors and patterns, but also a Japanese-style “fairy” look, which Japanese people are familiar with.
A-1’s design includes two Japanese kanji that stand for fox and wolf.
The logo also has a pair of kanji for “yuri” and “moe,” both of which are Japanese terms for “beautiful.”
The company is releasing the logo on its website and in print as an anime promotional poster.
It will be printed in black and white and on a special edition of “airdrops,” which are printed on high quality paper that looks like newspaper.
“We’re aiming to give a glimpse into the Japanese way of life, which we’ve been studying for years,” Nakamura said.
“And this is an opportunity to help the Japanese market grow.”
Nakamura said the company will use the design as a logo for other companies as well, such as a coffee shop and a jewelry store.
She said the design will be sold for $15.50, which is the minimum required to buy the poster.
The design will also be featured in an upcoming video game called “Aurora of Dreams,” which is scheduled for release on Steam on May 13.
“This is a very different and unique way to use Japanese and Japanese-inspired fonts to create a unique Japanese-themed poster,” Nakumi said.