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Japanese Crests CD-ROM and Book
Originally created to identify aristocratic families and samurai warriors, Japanese crests have endured through the ages as an important art form. The compact and graceful designs in this collection — 920 classics of their kind — depict a wide assortment of traditional Eastern motifs, inc... read more
|Chinese Folk Designs CD-ROM and Book |
This collection features exotic, hand-cut images: florals, birds, reptiles, landscapes, insects, fish, human and mythological figures, Chinese characters, and more — all striking in their classical simplicity. 220 black-and-white illustrations.
|Oriental Designs CD-ROM and Book |
Nearly 500 black-and-white illustrations of flowers, fruits, birds, pagodas, pandas, ming trees, other traditional images derived from Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cultures. Ideal for newsletters, magazine and book illustration, menus, other projects.
|Japanese Designs CD-ROM and Book |
More than 450 lovely black-and-white designs include depictions of people in traditional garb, fruit, flowers, animals, family crests, geometric designs, demons, dragons, much more.
|Japanese Vector Motifs |
by Alan Weller
Expansive selection of images from Japanese art in easy-to-customize vector formats includes cranes, geishas, kimonos, bonsai, and more. Enlarge and enhance 312 different graphics without losing clarity!
|Women of Old Japan CD-ROM and Book |
by Kamisaka Sekka
Selected from a rare 1906 seven-volume publication, these elegant black-and-white woodblock prints are the works of a recognized master. 280 images offer a visual history of traditional Japanese ladies' fashions.
|120 Hiroshige Woodblock Prints CD-ROM and Book |
by Ando Hiroshige, John Riess
Woodblock prints from some of the celebrated artist's best-known works include scenes from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo and The Sixty-Nine Stations of the Kisokaido.
|The Book of Tea |
by Kakuzo Okakura, Everett Bleiler
Hardcover gift edition of the bestselling book that introduced Western audiences to the tea ceremony. It traces the custom from its roots in Taoism to its role as a Zen meditative discipline.
|Vintage Japanese Silk Trade Labels: Includes CD-ROM |
Over 200 vibrant labels that adorned cartons of exported Japanese silk from the 1900s to the 1930s. Rarely seen in the United States, the labels are emblazoned with traditional motifs. Includes CD-ROM.
|Japanese Circular Ornamental Designs |
Filled with deep, rich colors and delicate natural ornamentation, these diverse circular designs have been selected from a rare source. A visual feast for lovers of Japanese art. Includes bonus CD-ROM.
|Japanese Crest Vector Designs |
by Alan Weller
This collection of 212 vector-based images features high-impact Japanese crests. Ideal as spot illustrations, the graphics are based on plants, animals, symbols, abstracts, and more. The versatile vector format allows for easy customization.
|Traditional Japanese Vector Motifs |
by Carol Belanger Grafton
From blossoms and birds to beautifully rendered borders, this collection of 319 highly scalable, Vector-based graphics is a wonderfully varied resource. Includes abstract and geometric designs, Japanese characters, and dainty vignettes.
|Artistic Japan: 300 Traditional Spot Illustrations |
by Siegfried Bing
This treasury of elegantly detailed designs draws on centuries-old Japanese traditions. Lush cherry blossoms, enchanting geishas, lute players, tea ceremonies, plus decorative fish and animals will inspire everything from wallpaper to needlework. Includes bonus CD-ROM.
|Chinese Vector Designs |
by Alan Weller
This superb treasury of 208 stylized Chinese motifs includes fierce dragons and lions, elegant cranes and peacocks, cherry blossom branches, flower-bearing maidens, ancient symbols, and other Vector-based designs.
|Asian Tattoo Flash CD-ROM and Book |
by Alan Weller
Fire-breathing dragons. Elegant floral bands. Exquisitely detailed Mehndi designs. This collection of 125 beautiful Asian images reflects centuries of art and culture. Includes three versions of each tattoo — in black-and-white outline, solid drawing, and full color.
|Japanese Emblems and Designs CD-ROM and Book |
by Walter Amstutz
Originally used to decorate kimonos, lacquered furniture, and other traditional objects, these 646 mon (emblems or crests) combine stylized natural and geometric forms. Many are colorized.
|1,000 Heraldic Designs CD-ROM and Book |
by Thomas Robson
Add a sense of medieval majesty to any print project with 1,000 ancient and authentic coats of arms emblazoned with stars, florals, mythical beasts, chevrons, daggers, and other eye-catching flair. Black-and-white illustrations.
|Matsuya Japanese Crest Designs CD-ROM and Book |
by Matsuya Company
From one of the world's rich art traditions — hundreds of authentic designs, among them the yin-yang, linked rings, treasure knot, as well as motifs depicting wildlife, natural phenomena, and abstracts. 1,240 black-and-white illustrations.
|Traditional Designs from India CD-ROM and Book |
Decorative black-and-white designs adapted from coins and pottery from South India, Ajanta and Bagh murals, Muslim monuments, textiles from Gujarat and Punjab, as well as masks and other tribal arts. 800 images.
Originally created to identify aristocratic families and samurai warriors, Japanese crests have endured through the ages as an important art form. The compact and graceful designs in this collection — 920 classics of their kind — depict a wide assortment of traditional Eastern motifs, including astronomical images, insect, plant, and animal designs, and the renowned chrysanthemum crest of the Imperial family. Beautifully rendered in crisp black-and-white, these versatile illustrations are ready to use in a host of design and craft projects.
Image File Information:
Includes 920 images scanned at 600 dpi and saved in six different formats (TIFF, PICT, EPS, BMP, as well as Internet-ready JPEG and GIF).
|ISBN 10: ||0486995615 |
|ISBN 13: ||9780486995618 |
|Author/Editor: ||Dover |
|Format: ||CD ROM |
|Page Count: ||48 |
|Dimensions: ||8 1/4 x 11 |
|Publication date: ||May 2003 |
|Table of Contents: ||Click here to view the Table of Contents |
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