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Shirahone Hotspring, Shinshu, 1935 by Kasamatsu Shiro (1898 - 1991); Japanese woodblock print...................... ukiyoe japan decoration antique fineart home decor collectible japanese woodblock print handmade home art beautiful decorative etching illustration traditional woodcut

Shirahone Hotspring, Shinshu, 1935 by Kasamatsu Shiro (1898 - 1991); Japanese woodblock print...................... ukiyoe japan decoration antique fineart home decor collectible japanese woodblock print handmade home art beautiful decorative etching illustration traditional woodcut

el ukiyo-pop de ferris plock

el ukiyo-pop de ferris plock

Japanese-Style Illustrations Of Darth Vader, Famous Pop Culture Characters - DesignTAXI.com

"Ukiyoe Character series", a project of the Japanese illustrator Takao Nakagawa, who transports the famous characters of pop culture into medieval Japan, using

Takato Yamamoto Takato Yamamoto is widely known for his “Ukiyo-e Pop” style of painting. He explores themes of darkness, bondage, vampires, metamorphosis, love and death.

Takato Yamamoto Takato Yamamoto is widely known for his “Ukiyo-e Pop” style of painting. He explores themes of darkness, bondage, vampires, metamorphosis, love and death.

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Masami Teraoka, McDonald's Hamburgers Invading Japan / Tokyo Ginza Shuffle, watercolor on paper, x

Pop Culture Ukiyo-e Heroes by Jed Henry

'Rickshaw Cart' (Mario Kart) Video Games Re-Imagined As Traditional Japanese Prints. The guys behind Ukiyo-e Heroes create images of your favorite Nintendo characters in the style of Ukiyo-e, a traditional Japanese woodblock printing process.

Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints.  Artist is Paul Binnie.

Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints

Edo Pop: Historic Japanese Woodblock Prints 'Ukiyo-e' And Contemporary Works Inspired By Them At The Japan Society

Japanese-Style Illustrations Of Darth Vader, Famous Pop Culture Characters - DesignTAXI.com

Illustrator Takao Nagawa has come up with these Japanese-style illustrations of well-known pop culture characters.

Japanese Ukiyo-e Legend of Zelda: Link & Ganon

Classic video game characters, drawn in the style of Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock art

This is a small (but growing) series of Nintendo game characters (games for Nintendo, not all made by Nintendo) as traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints by Geekologie reader Ezra's illustrator friend Jed Henry. This is Samus here, but there's.

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