Hatsune Miku Designer KEI Draws Sega Hardware as Girls

posted on 2012-09-08 02:00 EDT by Lynzee Loveridge
1st t-shirt with Dreamcast goes on sale at Tokyo Game Show on September 20

Hatsune Miku character designer KEI has reimagined the Sega Dreamcast console as a girl, among other anthropomorphized Sega hardware. The design adorns t-shirts sold by cosplay outfit store chain Cospa. The t-shirt is the first in the "Rekidai Sega Hard Onna no Ko Keikaku" series and sells for 3,045 yen (about US$39). The shirt will go on sale in stores at the end of October, after early sales at the Tokyo Game Show (September 20-23) and other events.

KEI designed the popular virtual idol Hatsune Miku (and several other Vocaloid idols) and drew some of her manga. He also collaborated with animation studio GONZO on the Copihan original net anime in 2011.

[Via Hachima Kikō]

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