Posts Tagged: japan

“From the Ashes of Little Boy and Fat Man”

  The drops of Little Boy and Fat Man became the turning point in Japan’s progression into the future, ironically setting the fate of social juvenilization of a whole country, as the artist Takashi Murakami later describes in his work “Superflat.” Oe Kenzaburo recalls

“From the Ashes of Little Boy and Fat Man”

  The drops of Little Boy and Fat Man became the turning point in Japan’s progression into the future, ironically setting the fate of social juvenilization of a whole country, as the artist Takashi Murakami later describes in his work “Superflat.” Oe Kenzaburo recalls

3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags – samples available

Originally posted on Nihonga 日本画:
Dear All Here are some samples of the 3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags that the Geidai students have made. They have yet to receive any orders (other than mine) so if you would love…

3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags – samples available

Originally posted on Nihonga 日本画:
Dear All Here are some samples of the 3000 Bon T shirts and Tote Bags that the Geidai students have made. They have yet to receive any orders (other than mine) so if you would love…

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24″ x 30″ “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in many Asian

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24″ x 30″ “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in many Asian

Induction of Little Boy (The End of the World is Near… Ready?)

Induction of Little Boy, 2011   Acrylic, Genuine Gold Leaf, and Spray Paint on Canvas   40” x 48”   “Induction of Little Boy” depicts the power and authority of an atomic bomb, more specifically the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

Induction of Little Boy (The End of the World is Near… Ready?)

Induction of Little Boy, 2011   Acrylic, Genuine Gold Leaf, and Spray Paint on Canvas   40” x 48”   “Induction of Little Boy” depicts the power and authority of an atomic bomb, more specifically the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

  Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24” x 30”   “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in

Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up

  Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up, 2010 Acrylic and Genuine Silver Leaf on Canvas 24” x 30”   “Seven Times Down, Eight Times Up” is based on Japanese popular culture surrounding Daruma (like the Daruma dolls you see in

A Closer Look on Takashi Murakami

**This was a presentation I created for beginning painting students to provide a more contemporary insight in modern painting history.*** Takashi Murakami is an internationally prolific contemporary Japanese artist that has introduced his theory of “Superflat” of Japan to the

A Closer Look on Takashi Murakami

**This was a presentation I created for beginning painting students to provide a more contemporary insight in modern painting history.*** Takashi Murakami is an internationally prolific contemporary Japanese artist that has introduced his theory of “Superflat” of Japan to the

The Historical Impression of Ukiyo-E: How It Transformed the Floating World, Impacted the Western Civilization, and Influenced Modern Society

Figure 1: “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai. Willem. The Great Wave off Kanagawa. 2011. Woodblock Print. Word press. Web. 12 Nov 2011.. Many of us have seen the work of art created by the infamous Katsushika Hokusai titled

The Historical Impression of Ukiyo-E: How It Transformed the Floating World, Impacted the Western Civilization, and Influenced Modern Society

Figure 1: “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai. Willem. The Great Wave off Kanagawa. 2011. Woodblock Print. Word press. Web. 12 Nov 2011.. Many of us have seen the work of art created by the infamous Katsushika Hokusai titled