Nancy Seki was born on July 7, 1962, near the Munakata Shiko Memorial Hall in Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture. She moved to Tokyo after graduating from high school. She began engraving stamps with an eraser while enrolled at Hosei University, and her tenth series of "Chonju Series" came to the attention of Mr. Ichiro Enoki and debuted in 1984 as an eraser engraver. At the time, she was named "Nancy" by Seiko Taito, editor of the "Hot Dog Press", and started a column "Nancy Seki no Kanji Ippatsu!" She is also very talented in writing. She passed away on June 12, 2002. 39 years old.
Nancy Seki was a Japanese artist and essayist known for her daring opinions and illustrations, and this is one of a number of products from Classiky featuring her caricatures and artwork.
Nancy Seki's handbook for active and former female students, this handheld size notebook is compact and slim and can be brought around your daily activities without adding any bulk to your bag. On the first page, you will find a column to fill in your personal details and on the left page, is a clear pocket for pictures or to store a memorable trinket.
At the end of the book is a page where you can record your teacher's name, timetable, and memories.
There are 11 illustrations on the text page that are illustrations of Nancy Seki's reminiscent of student life.
7.2 × 11cm cover
Polyvinyl chloride book
Made in Japan