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Illustration by Nina Maltese entitled Japan.

Project Senbazuru is an artistic response to the disaster situation in Japan. Inspired by Japanese senbazuru exchanging, the Project Senbazuru illustration aims to promote hope and prosperity in the midst of such devastation.

Katshushika Hokusai For once, it's not an Hiroshige nor an Hokusai print which is brillant! This one is by TSUCHIYA Kouitsu Japan 土屋光逸

Sunset Cranes & Tree - Noren Panel - Indigo/Gold.

Sunset Cranes & Tree - Noren Panel - Indigo/Gold Like the use of dark color and cranes - maybe use crow instead

LACMA Collections Online, Takahashi Shotei (Hiroaki) Shiraqumo Waterfall of Nikko late illustration

Kowloon: looks just like this too! What a great idea for teaching perspective...pick a city and caricature something about it.

Kowloon Walled City Art Block - In the work of Japanese artist HR-FM, digital illustration meets pop art.

COULEURS : Photo Japanese art

♂ Asian ink art Chinese watercolor Bamboo and bird Qin Tianzhu // japanese monocromatic ink painting //

Kawase Hasui Twilight At Itako

““Twilight At Itako 1930 Kawase Hasui , (Japanese, 1883 - Showa era Woodblock print; ink and color on paper H: W: cm Japan ” ”

THE NIGHT BEFORE GION FESTIVAL BY TOKURIKI TOMIKICHRO. Simple composition with bold shapes and highly contrasting colors. www.richard-neuman-artist.com

Artist Tokuriki Tomikichiro - The Night Before Gion Festival - July Japanese woodblock prints, serigraphs (silkscreens), watercolors, lithographs, scrolls.

Obi with Waves  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread double cloth (fûtsû

Obi with Waves Period: Meiji period Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread double cloth (fûtsû by rachelpp

Sweden-based designer and illustrator Patrik Svensson, famous for his minimalist typography movie posters and book covers, presents a series of minimalist posters this time.

14 Clever Illustrations by Former Tram Driver

I love this print. "The way we met, it happened so fast," illustration based on a one-liner by Patrik Svensson.