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Cats have been a popular subject on Japanese art prints during all periods - from the Edo (until 1868) until our days. Part two presents leading contemporary Japanese artists who are well-known for art prints showing cats. All works were created after 1945.
Cat images on Japanese art prints
For as long as there have been boats there has been a fear of the deep. Sailors tell tales of the Kraken or the Leviathan, gargantuan creatures with tentacular arms that emerge from the gloom to drag down ships. Read the article written by Tom himself about the Japanese Umibozu monster.
Kaiju Manga no. 8 - Umibozu
Tom Kristensen, born 1962, is a young artist from Australia who works in the tradition of Japanese woodblock printmaking. On this page, he writes about his latest print "Woodpecker Venus" from the series "Kaiju Manga".
Tom Kristensen, born 1962, is a young artist from Australia who works in the tradition of Japanese woodblock printmaking. On this page, he writes about the print 'Astro Boy with Sputnik' from the series 'Kaiju Manga'.
Astro Boy with Sputnik
Tom Kristensen, born 1962, is a young artist from Australia who works in the tradition of Japanese woodblock printmaking. On this page, he writes about his latest series "Kaiju Manga'.
In this article written by Tom Kristensen himself, the artist gives you some background information about his recent woodblock print titled 'Manga Girl'.
In August of 2009 we received a new consignment of all hand-made woodblock prints by Japanese printmaker Katsuyuki Nishijima. Among them were many new (or old) designs that we had never seen before. With this page we want to share some of the new designs with you.
New Woodblock Prints by Katsuyuki Nishijima
This page is an announcement by Paul Binnie of new releases launched in January of 2009. The text was slightly edited for web publication (paragraph captions added) by artelino
Announcement by Paul Binnie
Over the last 6 years or more we have published at least two dozen articles about and by the printmaker Paul Binnie. Even a book has been published about Paul Binnie. Thus, you think you know everything about him? Maybe not. This article goes behind the scenes.
About Paul Binnie
Paul Binnie was born in Scotland. In 1990 he made his MA in Fine Art (hons.), a joint degree in History of Art at Edinburgh University and Painting, Drawing and Printmaking at Edinburgh College of Art. When he was in Paris he saw Japanese woodblock prints. Paul decided to go to Japan to learn woodblock printmaking the Japanese way.
Paul Binnie Prints