Jun Oson was born in 1979 in Aichi, Japan and started his career as an illustrator in 2005. Characters with a peanut-shaped feature were created at that time. His artworks have a stateless style based on the influence of manga and animations that he has been unconsciously influenced since childhood, with elements from Western artists such as James Jarvis and KAWS. It may be similar to the way the Japanese, who maintained a unique culture, are being influenced by the West to create a more special culture.
In addition to people with various skin colors, monsters and robots appear in his works. “Diversity” is something he has always had since he started his career and is fundamental to his values. He has done a lot of work as an illustrator and has become known to many people in Japan.