A Grammar of Japanese Ornament and Design by Thomas W. Cutler From one of the most comprehensive surveys of mid-19th-century Japanese art and ornamentation: graceful details from landscapes, floral motifs, abstracts, images of sea life, and others. Over 300 figures on 65 plates.
Japanese Stripes and Splashes by Furuya Setsuzan This original collection of intriguing repeated patterns offers more than 150 full-color Japanese woodblock designs. The vivid, unusual images were selected from a rare 1905 volume. Includes a bonus CD-ROM.
How to Do Bead Work by Mary White A fundamental book on the craft, covering every aspect in full, not only patterns and operations but selections of materials: which beads to use, what type of thread, even what size needle. 9 plates, 96 figures.
120 Hiroshige Woodblock Prints CD-ROM and Book by Ando Hiroshige, John Riess Woodblock prints from some of the celebrated artist's best-known works include scenes from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo and The Sixty-Nine Stations of the Kisokaido.
Japanese Ghosts and Demons CD-ROM and Book by Alan Weller Many of Japan's most famous artists — including Hiroshige, Hokusai, and Yoshitoshi — were fascinated by the spirit world. This colorful collection offers the very best of their haunted imagery.
Tattoo Art by Alan Weller How far will people go to decorate their bodies? This dazzling array of tattoos provides 200 high-quality illustrations that showcase the ornamental art form and represent authentic styles — from Japanese and Polynesian to Tribal and Mehndi.
360 traditional Japanese designs and motifs redrawn in clean, crisp black-and-white, royalty-free illustrations.
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