A visual feast for lovers of Japanese art, these circular designs boast deep, rich colors and delicate natural ornamentation. Selected from a rare and costly source, they're ideal for adding a graceful note to a host of projects. They can also serve as inspirations for textile, wallpaper, and tattoo ... read more
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A visual feast for lovers of Japanese art, these circular designs boast deep, rich colors and delicate natural ornamentation. Selected from a rare and costly source, they're ideal for adding a graceful note to a host of projects. They can also serve as inspirations for textile, wallpaper, and tattoo applications. Designers, graphic artists, and crafters will find this compilation a treasury of distinctive and unusual ornamental images. A bonus CD-ROM features all of the images from the book.
Image File Information:
Includes 108 images saved as both 300-dpi, high-resolution JPEG files and 72-dpi, Internet-ready JPEG files. The full-page spreads shown in the book as well as the individual circular designs taken from the spreads are included.
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