An interesting gallery opened this weekend at the Tokyo Anime Center in Akihabara, called "Osamu Moet Moso". The interesting part being that the works displayed there aren't just some generic drawings of the late Osamu Tezuka's classic characters, but they're exquisite artworks oozing of "moe", thanks to the contribution of such recognizable artists as POP, KEI and Noizi Ito, among others.
The gallery opened on September 18 and will continue throughout October 11, luring visitors and contributing artists with the concept "Fantasize with Tezuka Osamu". Otaku2
already has a coverage of it, complete with photos of some of the works on display there (also ninja'ed below). And - best of all, I'd say - some insightful comments from "moe experts" like Honda Toru, exposing the late "god of manga" Osamu Tezuka as something of a moe artist, himself! Definitely a recommended reading, if you can spare a couple of minutes.POP (Moetan, Kowarekake no Orgel)
Noizi Ito (Shana, Suzumiya Haruhi)
KEI (Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin) - left
Haruhiko Mikimoto (Macross, Gunbuster) - right
Mine Yoshizaki (Sgt. Frog) - left
Range Murata (Last Exile, Solty Rei, Shangri-La) - right