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Ukiyo-e master's print remade with 30000 apples in giant Aomori castle display

The Japan Times - Oct 21, 2017
Using five different colors of apples, the fruity replica of a famous woodblock print by ukiyo-e master Toshusai Sharaku was created by residents to fit in a case measuring 17 meters by 9 meters for the Hirosaki Castle Chrysanthemum and Autumn Foliage ...

Quirky illustration series combines artist's love of basketball, Ukiyo-e art and Japanese culture

Creative Boom (blog) - Nov 6, 2017
He explains: "The series started in 2013 with two personal artworks I created, The Rock & The Ghost. These artworks were created from the love and passion of the game of basketball, Ukiyo-e art and Japanese culture. The subjects mixed together ...

30000 Aomori apples re-create fruity mosaic of Kabuki ukiyo-e

Asahi Shimbun - Oct 19, 2017
Sharaku was a mysterious painter who left a number of highly acclaimed portraits of ukiyo-e woodblock prints at the very end of the 18th century. The apple artwork will be officially shown to the public at an unveiling ceremony scheduled on the morning ...

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Art of Japan: The Many Worlds of Ukiyo-e Prints

Escape to a tantalizing afternoon of beauty and pleasure found within the MFA's world-renowned collection of color woodblock prints. This urban dream of a ...

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Ukiyoe Heroes (2) : cutting a colour block

This video shows Tokyo woodblock printmaker David Bull, outlining the basic process of cutting one of the colour blocks for making an ukiyo-e style print.