Anonymous Animals

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Anonymous Animals
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Original name Anonymous Animals
Release date 1992
Format Graphic Art
Lost? Partially

Anonymous Animals is a partially found series of graphic artwork by Osamu Sato. Several pieces could be viewed on OSD's now-defunct website.


There was a solo exhibition for Anonymous Animals held at the Tierrart Gallery in Tokyo[1], which took place from November 4-21 1992[2]. According to an interview in the Japanese magazine Illustration, 20-30 creature designs would be shown.[3]

Partially Lost Status

There are 11 designs currently known to the community, 9 of which are from the online gallery. One missing picture was discovered by a Japanese Twitter user in an art textbook[4]. Another was found in the aforementioned magazine Illustration.


  • T.B.C., a character from Eastern Mind, has a 2D design in the Tong-Nou Illustrated Book, which originated in this series. An image below showing this design compared to an early 3D render was sourced from a 1994 issue of the magazine MacJapan Bros.
    • A character that is also from Eastern Mind, Moku-gyou’s 2D design in the Tong-Nou Illustrated Book can be also seen in this series. The design can also be seen in the Xia-Che music video.
  • Several artworks of Anonymous Animals can also be seen in other works of Sato. For example, the music video of Xia-Che and I LOVE YOU.



Graphic Art Alphabetical OrgasmAlphabetical AnimalsAnonymous AnimalsFace to FaceGradation of Happiness
Books Corporate Identity and WorksThe Art of Computer DesigningLovely Sweet DreamRhythm 'n' Face Supplementary Reader
Videos Compu MovieThe Esoteric Retina
Other HomosexualAura 20/07/01Maru Sankaku ShikakuSymmetricMagazines
Lost Media
Alphabetical Animals (book)Anonymous AnimalsAre you ready to start?Bonus (Single)Daimonji Espresso (Single)Done (Single)LSD TransformedLSD Transformed New Fancy TracksMaru Sankaku ShikakuMusic for Alphabetical Orgasm