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Ukiyo-e Overview from Phil Hansen
 
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Created by Artist Phil Hansen. Text "studio" to 31996 to get updates from the studio.
Views: 52330 Philinthecircle
Ukiyo-e woodblock printmaking with Keizaburo Matsuzaki
 
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SUBSCRIBE FOR THE LATEST EXHIBITIONS, NEWS, INTERVIEWS AND HAPPENINGS INSIDE THE ART GALLERY OF NSW. http://bit.ly/SubscribeAGNSW For information visit http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/ Facebook: http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/facebook/ Twitter: http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/twitter/ Google +: http://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/google/ Master printer Keizaburo Matsuzaki visited the Art Gallery of New South Wales in March 2010 in conjunction with the exhibition Hymn to beauty: the art of Utamaro. He brought the woodblocks to create a print of Takashima Ohisa, the teahouse waitress, designed by Kitagawa Utamaro (1754-1806) in the 1790s. Gallery visitors were amazed to witness Matsuzaki's deft touch as he applied seventeen colours with perfect alignment. Each colour was rubbed with the printers most precious tool, the baren. The final touch was a dusting of mica. Matsuzaki hails from Arakawa-ku in Tokyo and has been a printer since he was fifteen years old.
Views: 478573 Art Gallery of NSW
How Did Hokusai Create The Great Wave?
 
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Japanese artist Takuji Hamanaka takes us inside his Brooklyn studio to explain why he adopted a centuries-old technique to create contemporary woodblock prints. ‘When I started printmaking in Tokyo, Hokusai was one of the artists who was unavoidable,’ says Japanese printmaker Takuji Hamanaka, discussing the enduring influence of the artist who created one of Japan’s most iconic artworks, The Great Wave, to be offered at Christie’s on 25 April. Although two centuries separate Hamanaka from Hokusai, the contemporary artist’s printmaking has been shaped by the same techniques employed by his predecessor. Working in his Brooklyn studio, he begins by pasting an image drawn on fine paper onto wood. Hours of meticulous carving follow — a ‘therapeutic process’ that, Hamanaka admits, requires the patience of ‘a certain type of person’. Known as ukiyo-e, this technique flourished from the 17th century in Japan. ‘It was a very casual form of expression back then, made to be printed in large numbers and distributed to the masses,’ explains Hamanaka. In the 1800s, ukiyo-e reached its peak, with masters such as Hokusai developing increasingly intricate prints. Their influence reached as far as Europe, where elements of Japanese style became visible in works by artists ranging from Van Gogh to Degas. ‘Hokusai has influenced many people,’ continues Hamanaka, who remembers being fascinated by the artist’s prints as a young child. While The Great Wave is Hokusai’s most iconic work, Hamanaka references the exceptional range of subjects Hokusai depicted throughout his career — occasionally sketching or painting, but always returning to ukiyo-e. ‘Although the subject of my prints is entirely different to those of Hokusai’s, I come from the same tradition, and still see the possibilities of it,’ says Hamanaka. Working in a country that Hokusai never visited, Hamanaka’s pattern-based art is nevertheless rooted in Japanese practice. ‘There’s a specific beauty that can only be conveyed through this technique,’ he explains. Find out more: http://www.christies.com/features/Japanese-artist-Takuji-Hamanaka-on-Hokusai-printmaking-8210-3.aspx?sc_lang=en
Views: 260144 Christie's
Ukiyoe Heroes (2) : cutting a colour block
 
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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. The block shown here will print two of the colours on Jed's 'Rickshaw Cart' design.
Views: 155089 David Bull
Unintentional ASMR 🖼️ Traditional Japanese Printmaking (brushing, explanations)
 
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Original video: https://youtu.be/yfqsTy3Yx24 I do not own the rights to these contents, I do not monetize them and I will delete them upon request. All credit goes to the original creators. (I significantly edited/enhanced the audio & video for better ASMR effect).
Views: 1994377 Best Unintentional ASMR
Bijinga in Photoshop and Illustrator
 
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Bijinga or "beautiful woman" in a ukiyo-e style. Tune: "Undisclosed Disires" by Muse
Star Wars Darth Maul Japanese Ukiyo-E Style Kotobukiya ArtFX Figure Statue Review Recensione
 
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Screen Print Effect  |  Japanese Geisha  |  Photoshop, Illustrator Tutorial
 
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In this tutorial I am going to demonstrate how you can create a screen print effect using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. I will be using CS6, tho don't be discouraged if your using an earlier version as you should be able to follow along just fine. No new features are going to be used here. COLOURS USED: Light Grey: d0d0d0 Yellow: ebf487 Orange: fbe6d7 Red: e02e71 Enjoy! ***************** VIDEO TIMELINE: Stage 1 - Preparation: 00:01:25 Stage 2 - Rendering: 00:07:58 Stage 3 - Applying Colour & Texture 00:15:33 DOWNLOAD LINKS: Screen Print Project Folder: http://www.mediafire.com/download/3z7mi14ep0j7j4j/japan_geisha_screen_print.zip View Finished Artwork: http://pinterest.com/pin/535576580656900442/ VIDEO LINKS: Using The Pen Tool: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLEjJOmtQ2Y&feature=share&list=PL4ADE5B181B0650EE ***************** TastyTuts Subscribe to be notified of future up and coming tutorials. Visit The Website: http://www.tastytuts.com Like The Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/TastyTuts/145587595531590?ref=hl Join the Google+ Page: https://plus.google.com/118309220200686282866 Join The Mailing List: http://eepurl.com/pjH95 Follow On Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/tastytuts/tutorial-artwork-projects/ Follow On Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/TastyTuts Become Friends On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TastyTuts
Views: 34414 TastyTuts
Nihon Minyo Kumikyoku Dai Ichi-Ban (Ukiyo-e)
 
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Kuniyoshi Sugawara on shakuchai with an ensemble performing "Nihon Minyo Kumikyoku Dai Ichi-Ban" from the album "Ugetsufu" set to variety of ukiyo-e. Best viewed full-screen and in 1080p. Note: This is a fan made video and the art and music in this video are not related in any way to myself. Please support the artists by purchasing their original works.
Views: 4592 Ungern Sternberg
36 Views of Mount Fuji - Hokusai
 
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The Honolulu Academy of Arts' treasured collection of Hokusai's "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" (actually 46) is on display until Jan. 6, 2010 (extended date). The ukiyo-e style woodblock prints are among the best known Japanese art, and include the iconic image "The Great Wave Off Kanagawa." This slide show, using pics off the web, is in honor of the HAA exhibition. The song "Sakura, Sakuara (Cherry Blossoms)" is from "The Rise of Modern Japan" (1983) compiled by the University of Hawaii's Curriculum, Research & Development Group. It is a modern arrangement performed by Ensemble Yui, featuring Kimura Reiko on the koto (King Record Company).
Views: 10637 Greg Knudsen
Dive into UKIYO-E - Three Edo Muses [1080p HD]
 
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Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints flourished in the 18th-19th century. In this episode, we feature three beautiful ladies in Edo made popular to the masses through Ukiyo-e by Utamaro.
Views: 4739 JAPANmania
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日常看到的動漫,如果用不同的畫風,像是日本的浮世繪來畫畫,製作成插畫的話,會是如何呢?每張插畫看起來都別有一番風格呢 現代的角色與江戶時代的浮世繪融合在一起,產生了一種頗具情趣與意想不到的美妙感覺。 這次,就為大家送上“浮世繪風格”的插畫作品特輯。快來看看吧! Artist/イラストレーター/예술가/畫家 ------------------------------------------------------------ https://www.pixivision.net/zh-tw/a/2514 Potv's 動画/Potv's video/Potv's 비디오/Potv's 影片 ----------------- 如果「十二星座」都變成設計感十足的「動畫風格」,摩羯座帥翻、牡羊座美翻 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNBUSaGH6vM 関連動画/Related video/관련 비디오/相關影片 ----------------- 她被侵犯后 畫出這個漫畫來表達自己被侵犯后的獨白感想 看完後真的超壓抑 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCQxIOyFOpE Donate Potv/スポンサー Potv/스폰서 Potv/贊助Potv ------------------------------------ https://goo.gl/uKVMwr About Potv/関係の Potv/약 Potv/關於Potv ----------------------------------- ★ FACEBOOK https://goo.gl/Yy3CQZ ★ EMAIL [email protected]
Views: 2998 PoTV
Ukiyo-e Heroes Book - Part 1
 
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This is the first of a couple of videos that show how Tokyo-based woodblock printmaker Dave Bull will make the Ukiyo-e Heroes books that were promised as part of the recent Kickstarter campaign (autumn 2017). Each of the books will contain ten actual woodblock prints - the first ten designs created in the series (from 2012 ~ 2014), and will be bound in the traditional Japanese 和綴じ本 style (sewn with silk thread). The (closed) Kickstarter campaign was here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1499165518/ukiyo-e-heroes-boss-fights/description Ukiyo-e Heroes information is here: http://mokuhankan.com/heroes http://ukiyoeheroes.com The Mokuhankan Twitch channel is here: https://www.twitch.tv/japaneseprintmaking The Mokuhankan Patreon page is here: https://www.patreon.com/mokuhankan
Views: 39276 David Bull
Step Inside: Hokusai's Ukiyo-e Prints
 
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Hokusai’s prints — as you’ve never seen them before. Katsushika Hokusai was born in 1760 under the gaze of the snow-capped peak of Mount Fuji in Japan’s capital, Edo — at the time the world’s largest city, and the precursor to modern-day Tokyo. He changed his name no fewer than 30 times during his life, altering his artistic style with each new persona. He also famously declared that he would live until the age of 110. Scholars argue that his work reached its peak when he was in his 70s and 80s. Find out more: https://www.christies.com/features/Step-inside-Hokusais-ukiyo-e-prints-9118-3.aspx?sc_lang=en#FID-9118
Views: 2606 Christie's
Dive into UKIYO-E - Edo's Broadway [1080p HD]
 
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Features the theater district in Edo called Saruwakacho, area of people's pastime in the afternoon. Traditional Japanese woodblock prints called Ukiyo-e flourished during the Edo period in the 18th-19th century. It is said that the unique and outstanding features of Ukiyo-e had impacted internationally renowned artists, particularly impressionists. Ukiyo-e woodblock prints were considered a form of entertainment for the masses, and each print was as affordable as a bowl of noodles. These prints were created in collaboration of master artisans - the Eshi or painter, Horishi or carver and Surishi or printer; colorfully depicting in detail the manners and customs of the Edo era. During the same era, another form of entertainment called Rakugo was popular among the commoners. It features characters in conversation and ends in a punchline. In the series, we will dive into the world of Ukiyo-e, exploring through one of the most well-preserved collection of prints, the Spaulding Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, presented in Rakugo-style storytelling by Katsura Sunshine.
Views: 5756 JAPANmania
Ukiyo-e (Japanese woodblock prints)
 
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This is my practical part of an important study research ( high School) , an ukiyo-e, it's my first time that I do, and the only thing that I know about this technique is through books or videos. Although it has not been very good result but I find it very satisfying.
Views: 32628 Irene Mira
Pen Drawing - Japanese Art
 
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drawing a geisha and mt fuji using an ink pen
Views: 42830 FuturisticXXL
Ukiyo-e : The Art of the Japanese Print - Katsushika Hokusai
 
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Ukiyo-e : The Art of the Japanese Print Katsushika Hokusai - Torii Kiyomasu I - Torii Kiyonobu - Utagawa Hiroshige - Utagawa Kunimasa - Utagawa Kunisada Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtng9Yy97M0Epwp2DScypFw?view_as=subscriber Audio track 01: Traditional Japanese Copyright-free Music Audio track 02: SHW - Tsudzumi JAPAN 3 - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBeAEWu2qLmJkyHjOrvJb-w Audio track 03: author:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy7nBjbEYlHUzswTRdWPg0g Audio track 04: Free High Quality Download Link: https://soundcloud.com/annexxxxxx/royalty-free-japanese-style-trap-beat Audio track 05: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVhdvFh636Bajc45jyeeOPQ Audio track 06: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaaCT-wDymvVVbUyO2xrTCg
Views: 1217 Stefano Nurra
How to Draw The Great Wave by Hokusai
 
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Learn how to draw The Great Wave by the famous artist Hokusai in this easy step by step art tutorial. Please subscribe for a new art tutorial every week: http://www.youtube.com/user/circlelinemedia Watch Next: How to Draw Fabric: https://youtu.be/mBHak4W7bFI Learn more about The Great Wave: Beyond The Great Wave https://youtu.be/q6G7J8UW9kk Art Materials Used: 4B pencil, kept sharp Watercolour paper Eraser Watercolours There are many things we can learn by looking at the art of the great artists of the past. One of the best ways to understand how an image works is to draw it. In this art tutorial I show you one way to copy the famous print by Hokusai of The Great Wave off Kanagawa. There are over 180 free How to Draw art tutorials on my YouTube Channel, Circle Line Art School. I post a new art video every week. There are many ways to draw and my aim is to encourage you to try a range of different art techniques and subject matter each week. If you have any comments or suggestions or ideas on what you would like to see next week please leave a comment. There are more of my art resources at http://www.circlelineartschool.com. Thank you for watching and see you next time! Tom McPherson Circle Line Art School My web: http://www.circlelineartschool.com My instagram: http://instagram.com/circlelineartschool My facebook: http://facebook.com/circlelineartschool Music used in this art tutorial: Eastminster by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100719 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ How to Draw Like a Famous Artists: Hokusai How to Draw The Great Wave
Views: 89269 Circle Line Art School
Japanese Art - 7 Edo: Painting
 
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Seventh video about the Japanese Art serie. Any doubt? Send me a message. Historia del Arte: https://namerethistoriadelarte.blogspot.com.es/ Land of the Art: https://www.facebook.com/landoftheart Japanese art is an expression of japanese culture, developed through time and various periods and styles that happened in a chronological form, influenced by the historic moment, society and culture. The main manifestations had their origin in religion and politic power, being shintoism and buddhism the main philosophies. Edo: from 1603-1868. This period is the Tokugawa period, where Japan isolated itself. The capital city was stablished in Edo, the future Tokyo. Christians were pursued and european traders were expelled, but even so, economy and artesany flourished. It was Tokugawa Ieyasu who would rule over all. Shogunato Tokugawa. This made traditions to come back. Painting was very developed, in various formats, from panels, screens, scrolls... Xylography was very important. This is japanese prints. So, we can differenciate among various kinds of painting through the time. Yamato-e: traditional japanese painting, polychrome Sumi-e: chinese influence painting, monochrome Ukiyo-e: japanese prints, polychrome Yakusha-e: related with theatre, in ukiyo-e style Yamato-e: it continued, decorative style, linked to the tea ceremony Honami Kōetsu Tawaraya Sōtatsu Rinpa School: of yamato-e style, characterized by representations in golden backgrounds, with topics of nature, landscape, flowers and the four seasons, mainly spring and autumn Ōgata Kōrin Sakai Hōitsu Nanga School: also known as Bunjinga, the artists were considered intellectuals, it is the legacy of sumi-e, chinese influence Ike no Taiga Tani Bunchō Watanabe Kazan Maruyama School: it is important to mention Maruyama Ōkyo Ukiyo-e: it represents popular scenes. These are the paintings of the floating world, japanese print, xylography. At the beginning, only chinese ink was used, and then the prints were painted, but Harunobu developed the nishiki-e technique, that allowed polychrome prints. These prints were cheap and everyone could get them, so they were very popular. There are scenes of women, fighters, and even sex scenes, called shunga. Ukiyo Monogatari influenced them Hishikawa Moronobu: of the early style Suzuki Harunobu: he represented many women and invented the nishiki-e technique Kitagawa Utamaro: he represented many geishas Torii Kiyonaga: he represented more women Katsushika Hokusai: mostly known by the Great Wave of Kanagawa and his many depictions of Mount Fuji Utagawa Kuniyoshi: he was specialist in yakusha-e, portraits of actors and actresses Utagawa Kunisada: he was specialist in representations of warriors Utagawa Hiroshige: he was specialist in representations of landscapes Ceramics Nonomura Ninsei Ōgata Kenzan Porcelain Imari Porcelain: from Imari, Arita. The origins are in XVII century, when the korean artisan Yi Sam-pyeong used korean techniques to produce this with materials found in that place Objects Inrō: small bags to carry small objects Netsuke: small sculptures that are part of the inrō Tsuba: guards for katanas Enkū: he was a monk that carved like 120000 small statues of Buddha that gave to poor or sad people Music: Ancient Sage by Brandon Fiechter Photos taken in Google images. No copyright infringement intended.
Japanese Woodblock Print Framing
 
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In this episode, I frame some traditional Japanese woodblock Prints by artist craftsman wood carver David Bull. The prints covered are Traditional Sailing Boat by Hiroshi Yoshida and the well known The Great Wave by Katsushika Hokusai. #woodblock #prints #hokusai #the-great-wave #david-bull Subscribe to the Made2Hack channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4pnz7nM805L2u_WOkNarzg?&sub_confirmation=1 Visit David Bull's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKSrgKjevPmNZxCAyTZP5cQ More information about this episode: http://www.made2hack.com/traditional-japanese-woodblock-print-framing/ Made 2 Hack Amazon Store: http://amzn.to/2k82LD4 Intro Music by Juanitos http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Juanitos/Exotica/ CC BY Outro Music by Kevin Macleod http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_MacLeod/Jazz_Sampler/AcidJazz_1430 CC BY Background Music by Eric Taylor https://soundcloud.com/erictaylorproductions/traditional-japanese-music CC BY SA Made 2 Hack: http://www.made2hack.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/made2hack Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/made2hack Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/made2hack Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/made2hack Tumblr: https://made2hack.tumblr.com Instructables: http://www.instructables.com/member/made2hack Google+: https://www.google.com/+Made2hack Hackaday.io: https://hackaday.io/made2hacks Made 2 Hack Amazon Store: http://amzn.to/2k82LD4
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Katsushika Hokusai: A collection of 1145 works (HD)
 
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Katsushika Hokusai: A collection of 1145 works (HD) Description: "Born to an artisan family, Hokusai was apprenticed to a woodblock engraver at a young age. By the time he was 19, the leading ukiyoe master, Katsukawa Shunshō, had taken him on as a pupil and Hokusai was more-or-less formally introduced to artistic society at age 20. Once he began receiving paying commissions there was no turning back, and he'd parted ways with the Katsukawa school by 1795. Until he died, however, he never ceased learning all he could about art from ukiyoe (and other) masters. Early on in this quest for knowledge, Hokusai was exposed to Western art and quickly picked up (traditionally non-Japanese) artistic techniques such as one-point perspective. It's hard to describe the tremendous impact this chance encounter had on Art History from there on out. It led Hokusai to an entirely new style of ukiyoe that continues to echo in Japanese art to this day. And, unbeknownst to Hokusai, his new style would travel back to Western art and directly influence its future. Over the course of his long life, Hokusai continued to operate with a restless, incessant thirst for creation. Though he was frequently (and rather proudly) broke, he never turned down a job, whether it was for a distinguished publisher or a brothel. He changed his residence over 90 times, marketed himself with pure genius, enjoyed fame in his own lifetime and painted until he died at a ripe old age. Conservative estimates mark his total output at an astounding 30,000 pieces. These days, many people - readers and employed artists, alike - owe him a debt of gratitude for originating manga as an art form. We also often tend to think of him as a (if not the) "classic" Japanese artist - a tendency that needs to be re-examined. In his time, Hokusai's art was radically different and very un-Japanese. It's just one of those weird twists of fate that the French Impressionists (and beyond) mistakenly believed Hokusai's original style represented all of Japanese art." --- MUSIC: Kevin MacLeod - Eastminster Eastminster by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100719 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ SUBSCRIBE: www.youtube.com/c/LearnFromMasters?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LearnFromMasters/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LearnFromMasters Contact: [email protected] SUPPORT MY WORK AT: https://www.patreon.com/LearnFromMasters --- Thank you so much for your support!
Views: 14038 LearnFromMasters
Ukiyo-e Heroes Edo Pop Exhibit | Opening Night
 
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Art lovers, gamers, AND foodies united at the opening reception for Ukiyo-e Heroes' Edo Pop Exhibit! To celebrate Japan’s contribution to video games, illustrator Jed Henry has taken his favorite game characters, and returned them to the ukiyo-e style with the help of David Bull, a craftsman trained in the art of Japanese woodblock printing. Guests perused the gallery, delving into the imagination of Ukiyo-e Heroes while sampling some delicious mochi ice cream flavors such as white chocolate raspberry and salted caramel from Mochidoki. The opening party was a great success, but if you missed it, you have a chance to relive the magic watching this video! The exhibit will continue until December 4, 2014. Edo Pop Exhibit Page: http://resobox.com/ukiyoe-heroes/ Ukiyo-e Heroes Official Webpage: https://www.ukiyoeheroes.com/ Mochidoki Mochi Ice Cream Offical Webpage: http://www.mochidoki.com/ ★☆★ RESOBOX is an art gallery and Japanese culture center located in Queens, New York offering a wide variety of events regularly. Subscribe to our channel to see new videos every week. Visit our website http://resobox.com/ to learn more about us and keep up to date with events and exhibits.
Views: 376 RESOBOX
Points of Departure: Ukiyo-e
 
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Points of Departure: Treasures of Japan from the Brooklyn Museum March 7, 2014--June 8, 2014 http://www.japansociety.org/page/programs/gallery "Ukiyo-e" Join Japan Society Gallery Director Miwako Tezuka as she guides viewers through time and space to explore Japanese art, culture, and history using works from Points of Departure: Treasures of Japan from the Brooklyn Museum as signposts along the way. For this journey you won't need a map, compass, or even a plane ticket! In this installation, Dr. Tezuka explores the vibrant artistic style called ukiyo-e that was all the rage in Edo, the metropolis that became modern-day Tokyo. "A radically reorienting show...gives you a new way to navigate Japanese art." - The New York Times Points of Departure: Treasures of Japan from the Brooklyn Museum is organized by Japan Society in collaboration with the Brooklyn Museum. Music: "Takeda no Komoriuta" performed by Yoko Reikano Kimura and Hikaru Tamaki http://www.japansociety.org/
Views: 2095 JapanSocietyNYC
"Ukiyo-Hakkei" Ukiyoe(Japanese tradistional roots of manga) 3D-Animated
 
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This movie "Ukiyo-Hakkei" is the 3D animation of ukiyo-e (Japanese tradistional woodblock prints arts mean "pictures of the floating world") created by ODD JOB [ http://oddjob.main.jp/ ] works of contestants for NHK DigiSta Teens [www.nhk.or.jp/digista]. Fugaku 36kei (36 views of Mount Fuji) by Katsushika Hokusai and Tokaido 53tsugi (The 53 stations of the Tokaido) by Utagawa Hiroshige. More infomation: Fugaku 36kei http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/36_Views_of_Mount_Fuji_%28Hokusai%29 Tokaido 53tsugi http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fifty-Three_Stations_of_the_T%C5%8Dkaid%C5%8D
Views: 5452 ShowaCoolJapan
Dive into UKIYO-E - Reflective Love [1080p]
 
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Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints flourished in the 18th-19th century. In this episode, we will explore the masterpiece of Utamaro, "Reflective Love" through Rakugo-syle storytelling.
Views: 1647 Exotic Japan
toco toco - Shinji Tsuchimochi, Illustrator
 
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toco toco - Shinji Tsuchimochi, Illustrator TODAY'S GUEST Shinji Tsuchimochi, Illustrator 今回のゲスト 土持晋二、イラストレーター PLACES WE WENT TO Ochanomizu Area Kanda-Myojin, Kanda Area Saboru, Jimbocho Area Yamada Shoten, Jimbocho Area 訪れた場所 御茶ノ水周辺 神田明神、神田周辺 さぼうる、神保町周辺 山田書店、神保町周辺 ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ In this episode, we will spend the day with Shinji Tsuchimochi, an illustrator based in Tokyo. Tsuchimochi studied Japanese painting in Tama Art University, and cites ukiyo-e painter Hiroshige as one of his favourite artists. He decided to recreate one of Hiroshige's most notable works, the One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, to the modern day using his own contemporary illustration style. After three years working on finding and drawing the locations, he completed his book "100 views of Tokyo". Together we will visit some of the locations Tsuchimochi used in his illustrations, which are centered around Shitamachi, the area that was once the center of Edo. We will then head towards Jimbocho, famous for its old book and record shops, to Saboru, a cafe held for more than 60 years by the same owner, which truly depicts the charm of the area. Our next stop will be Yamada Shoten, a ukiyo-e shop where Tsuchimochi enjoys spending time and looking at paintings. He will tell us more about his vision of ukiyo-e and how he expresses it in his work. ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ TOCO TOCO's previous episode: KASHIWA Daisuke, Musician https://youtu.be/s9chK6SR-Ew TOCO TOCO's next episode: UME, Mangaka Unit https://youtu.be/XWp4EjZtxdw Shinji Tsuchimochi ON BEHANCE https://www.behance.net/shinjitsuchimochi Shinji Tsuchimochi ON FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/wabisabipop 100 Views of Tokyo (shipping worldwide) http://shop.spoon-tamago.com/products/100-views-of-tokyo
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Darth Maul Ukiyo - E Style ARTFX
 
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Darth Maul Statue
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Iruka - Ukiyo-e (FREE Japanese Trap / Rap Beat)
 
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Thanks so much guys for 5000 sub! Here is small beat for you to celebrate it :D Free use for non profit purposes and linking me in the description! Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/7m3oZVSvVtulSOoPl0n7m1 I hope you enjoy! You can also download this track for free at: theartistunion.com/tracks/5cc14c Check out my channel for more and other types of music! Please, leave a comment. I like to hear what people think of my music. ______________________________________ ►My Channel: http://bit.ly/1bUf6zc ►Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/iruguitar/1303644694 ►Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=ntt_srch_drd_B0773FPK8S?ie=UTF8&field-keywords=IruGuitar&index=digital-music&search-type=ss ►Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/artist/IruGuitar?id=Ajeokllye5fdijeiux5xqvp47o4 ►Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/679e6XGiJQead1REou30w6 ►Website / Downloads: http://www.iruka.bandcamp.com/ ►Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/iruguitar ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/IrukaLP ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iruguitar/ ►Programm: FL Studio 12 ►Some Tags: Electro, Iruka, IruGuitar, Iru Guitar, Japan, Japanese, Ukiyo-e, High brothers, 88rising, joji, Art, Traditional, Shamisen, Free, Oriental, Rap, Trap, Beat, Type, Type Beat, Keith Ape, Dumbfoundead, Download, Buy, Korean, Kabuki, Shinigami, Shamisen, For Sale, Oriental
Views: 18026 Iruka (IruGuitar)
Japanese Woodblock Printmaking (Part 1 of 2)
 
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Linda Beeman shares her technique for getting started in Japanese Woodblock Printmaking. This first video gets you started...from the supplies you need, to tracing your image, and carving.
Japanese Painting of the CAT book,ukiyo-e,ukiyoe,japan (0678)
 
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If you want this book, please come to our website. http://bookswasabi.com Thank you!!
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Japanese woodblock printing History Ukiyo-e
 
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A brief history of Japanese Woodblock Prints.
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Display of New Year Days in Japan. Ukiyo-e,kite,battledores...
 
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Introduction of display of New Year Days in Japan. Japanese-style paintings are drawn on the traditional playthings, such as the kite and the battledores, for the Japanese New Year. These paintings are called the ukiyo-e. Profile I'm Japanese born in Japan. I live in Tokyo suburban green rich hill area with my wife and 2 children. After graduating from university, I spent 20 years or under, working with financial institutions and engaged in financial education business. 20 years moving forward, I think I would like to do information dispatching concerning the Japanese culture, new commodities and services. Via American and Europe Amazon and eBay, the various commodities of Japan are being introduced. In the future, not only in Japan's Tokyo, I plan to set up the base of life even in Malaysia, Hawaii and Canada etc. Ken's Tokyo Diary http://kenstokyo.com/ (c) 2013 MUTO CORPORATION All rights reserved.
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KOTOBUKIYA Darth Maul Ukiyo-E Style ARTFX Statue
 
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This is one bad ass statue! My full review coming real soon. www.kotous.com
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Dive into UKIYO-E - Nihonbashi: Morning Scene
 
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Ukiyoe Heroes (18) : Making 'Infestation'
 
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This is the most recent update to the Ukiyoe Heroes print series, showing a general overview of how 'Infestation' was made. It was shot in the Seseragi Studio workroom of woodblock printmaker David Bull in Tokyo during April of 2013. The completed print is now available for purchase over on Jed's website at: http://www.ukiyoeheroes.com (There have been requests for more information on the webcam mentioned in the video. You can find it at: http://woodblock.com/webcam )
Views: 109698 David Bull
The Eye of Hokusai
 
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2014 documentary about the life and work of legendary 18th/19th century Japanese painter and print-maker Katsushika Hokusai.
Views: 173482 FunFillums
Encyclopedia of Japanese Color book,japan,kimono,ukiyo-e,design,edo (0596)
 
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If you want this book, please come to our website. http://bookswasabi.com Thank you!!
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Hulk and Wolverine Tattoo (Part 2)
 
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In this episode, I demonstrate some of my tools and techniques for inking in an Ukiyo-e style. You can see more of my work at http://ukiyoeheroes.com Brushes: http://www.orientalartsupply.com/product/oasplumblossom/specialtybrushes http://flaxart.com/yasutomo-haboku-artist-brushes/ Light board: https://www.amazon.com/Voilamart-Illumination-Brightness-Sketching-Animation/dp/B01ALDLZV8/ref=sr_1_15?ie=UTF8&qid=1502363305&sr=8-15&keywords=led+light+board Ink: https://www.amazon.com/Yasutomo-Permanent-Liquid-Bottle-Height/dp/B0044SA4JG/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1502363382&sr=1-1&keywords=yasutomo+ink
Views: 1011 Jed Henry
Katsushika Hokusai
 
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Katsushika Hokusai (October or November 1760 -- May 10, 1849)was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period. In his time, he was Japan's leading expert on Chinese painting.Born in Edo (now Tokyo), Hokusai is best-known as author of the woodblock print series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (富嶽三十六景, Fugaku Sanjūroku-kei?, c. 1831) which includes the internationally recognized print, The Great Wave off Kanagawa, created during the 1820s. Hokusai created the "Thirty-Six Views" both as a response to a domestic travel boom and as part of a personal obsession with Mount Fuji.It was this series, specifically The Great Wave print and Fuji in Clear Weather, that secured Hokusai's fame both within Japan and overseas. As historian Richard Lane concludes, "Indeed, if there is one work that made Hokusai's name, both in Japan and abroad, it must be this monumental print-series...".While Hokusai's work prior to this series is certainly important, it was not until this series that he gained broad recognition and left a lasting impact on the art world. It was also The Great Wave print that initially received, and continues to receive, acclaim and popularity in the Western world. Hokusai had a long career, but he produced most of his important work after age 60. His most popular work is the ukiyo-e series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, which was created between 1826 and 1833. It actually consists of 46 prints (10 of them added after initial publication).In addition, he is responsible for the 1834 One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji (富嶽百景, Fugaku Hyakkei?), a work which "is generally considered the masterpiece among his landscape picture books."His ukiyo-e transformed the art form from a style of portraiture focused on the courtesans and actors popular during the Edo Period in Japan's cities into a much broader style of art that focused on landscapes, plants, and animals. Both Hokusai's choice of nom d'artiste and frequent depiction of Mt. Fuji stem from his religious beliefs. The name Hokusai (北斎?) means "North Studio (room)," an abbreviation of Hokushinsai (北辰際?) or "North Star Studio." Hokusai was a member of the Nichiren sect of Buddhism, who see the North Star as associated with the deity Myōken (妙見菩薩?).Mount Fuji has traditionally been linked with eternal life. This belief can be traced to The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, where a goddess deposits the elixir of life on the peak. As Henry Smith expounds, "Thus from an early time, Mt. Fuji was seen as the source of the secret of immortality, a tradition that was at the heart of Hokusai's own obsession with the mountain." The largest of Hokusai's works is the 15-volume collection Hokusai Manga (北斎漫画?), a book crammed with nearly 4,000 sketches that was published in 1814.These sketches are often incorrectly considered the precedent to modern manga, as Hokusai's Manga is a collection of sketches (of animals, people, objects, etc.), different from the story-based comic-book style of modern manga. [from Wikipedia] Music by:Steve Roach www.steveroach.com
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Japanese the Last UKIYOE painter : TUKIOKA YOSHITOSHI
 
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Year:1870 芳年妖怪百景より
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The Influence of Japanese Art on Van Gogh
 
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Art historian and curator Cornelia Homburg describes the influence that japanese wood-block prints had on the portraiture and landscape work of Van Gogh and other post-impressionists. Full video available for free at: http://fora.tv/2013/01/16/Van_Goghs_Patience_Escalier_Peasant__la_Japonaise
Views: 11333 FORA.tv
Japanese Prints - artelino
 
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Production by http://www.artelino.com - First part of an introduction to Japanese prints for beginners. Part I: What is so special about Japanese prints?
mia ukiyo e final
 
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Group Project for Animation Collaboration class at MCAD
Views: 184 Hanlin Bian
MANGA : the Pre-History of Japanese Comics book,japan,ukiyo-e,ukiyoe (0532)
 
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