Japanse typografie

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Japanese calligraphy for "Courage". I plan to get this tattoo one day to commemorate my trip.

Japanese calligraphy for "Courage". I plan to get this tattoo one day to commemorate my trip.

Shimizu Kosho 清水公照 (1911-1999), "Inexhaustible" 無尽蔵.

Shimizu Kosho 清水公照 (1911-1999), "Inexhaustible" 無尽蔵.

This project presents a selection of Japanese food illustrations, created to be used on the restaurants menu and promotional material. by Mitchell Nelson

This project presents a selection of Japanese food illustrations, created to be used on the restaurants menu and promotional material. by Mitchell Nelson

森永牛奶糖

森永牛奶糖

Saeki Ryoken 佐伯良謙 (1880-1963), Buddhist monk.

Saeki Ryoken 佐伯良謙 (1880-1963), Buddhist monk.

Japanese Poster: Rice is Alive. Trash Magazine. 2012

Japanese Poster: Rice is Alive. Trash Magazine. 2012

Japanese Poster for Human Rights (1989) by Japanese graphic designer & illustrator Kazumasa Nagai (b.1929). via gura fiku

Japanese Poster: Human Rights. Kazumasa Nagai. 1989

Japanese Poster for Human Rights (1989) by Japanese graphic designer & illustrator Kazumasa Nagai (b.1929). via gura fiku

shinzenbi kanji truth-goodness-virtue-beauty

shinzenbi kanji truth-goodness-virtue-beauty

Calligraphy by NAITO Meisetsu (1847~1926), Japanese poet

Calligraphy by NAITO Meisetsu (1847~1926), Japanese poet

The Berlin Calligraphy Collection: Denise Lach

The Berlin Calligraphy Collection: Denise Lach

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "reliure originale"

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "reliure originale"

zwart - wit

zwart - wit

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行草笔法·经典解析 … Más

Kyoko Ibe vintage paper

Kyoko Ibe vintage paper

Tsuburaya Uhei 塩谷鵜平 (1877-1940), haiku poet and magazine editor who studied with Kawahigashi Hekigotō.

Tsuburaya Uhei 塩谷鵜平 (1877-1940), haiku poet and magazine editor who studied with Kawahigashi Hekigotō.

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