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Traditional Japanese Design Motifs
Language: en
Pages: 90
Authors: Joseph D'Addetta
Categories: Design
Type: BOOK - Published: 1984 - Publisher: Courier Corporation

Over 250 readily usable, royalty-free, authentic Japanese designs -- from ceramics, textiles, more. Includes florals, demons, animals, geometrics, more.
Origami Paper - Traditional Japanese Designs - Large 8 1/4
Language: en
Pages: 8
Authors: Periplus Editions, Tuttle Publishing
Categories: Crafts & Hobbies
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-10-10 - Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

This pack contains 48 high-quality origami sheets printed with 12 different traditional Japanese designs. This origami paper pack includes durable, authentic origami paper folding sheets with a variety of colors. It's perfect for any folder who wants to add a distinctive flair to their origami projects. This origami paper pack
Traditional Japanese Design
Language: en
Pages: 181
Authors: Professor Michael Dunn, Michael Dunn, Jun'Ich Takeuchi
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001-09 - Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

Utilitarian objects, including basketry, ceramics, lacquer, metalwork, and textiles, are presented in five areas of aesthetic taste that describe the essence of Japanese design.
Traditional Japanese Stencil Designs
Language: en
Pages: 128
Authors: Clarence Hornung
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-06-10 - Publisher: Courier Corporation

Versatile collection of 276 exquisite Japanese stencil designs — clouds, birds, butterflies, bamboo, plum and cherry blossoms, geometrics, more. Royalty-free illustrations are ideal for modern decorative and graphic needs — fabric, wallpaper and textile designs, calendars, menus, woodblock printing, needlecrafts, etc. 276 black-and-white illustrations. Introduction.
Traditional Japanese Crest Designs
Language: en
Pages: 44
Authors: Clarence Hornung
Categories: Art
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher: Courier Corporation

Family crests (mon) have been a Japanese tradition since the eleventh century, when they decorated the costumes and carriages of courtiers. Later, they were used to identify warriors on the battlefield, as heraldic decorations on formal costumes, and as ornament on the kimonos of the common people. Small, compact, and