Add a touch of the Far East to your glass craft projects with images from this exotic design gallery. These 71 Japanese patterns were inspired by authentic sources such as kimono patterns and illustrations by Eisen, Hiroshige, Hokusai, Utamaro, Yoshitoshi, and other printmakers in the tradition of read more
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Add a touch of the Far East to your glass craft projects with images from this exotic design gallery. These 71 Japanese patterns were inspired by authentic sources such as kimono patterns and illustrations by Eisen, Hiroshige, Hokusai, Utamaro, Yoshitoshi, and other printmakers in the tradition of Ukiyo-e, "pictures of the floating world." Striking graphics include pictures of geishas, koi, pagodas, samurai warriors, and floral and landscape motifs. Presented in a variety of shapes and sizes, the patterns can be easily reduced or enlarged to fit any project. A splendid source of design inspiration, these royalty-free images can also be adapted to other craft projects.
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