There’s something refreshingly glib, and nostalgically irreverent, about Japanese artist Yoko Honda’s '80s inspired artwork. Her work feels as if your elementary school Trapper Keeper (yeah, remember those) exploded onto a canvas, creating geometric swaths of iridescent pinks and oranges, playfully surrounding subject matters the likes of Boy George and Madonna. The rooms Honda depicts feel like a hybrid space directly out of the dreams of Nicole (from My Two Dads) and Evie (from Out of This World). I’m especially a fan of her landscapes with bold, one-dimensional mountain ranges and cityscapes exploding in swaths of turquoise and cotton candy pink. Yum.