Gyotaku (Ghee-yo-tah-koo) Taking rubbings of fish then eating fish later in day.
Gyotaku printing. Learn to make your own at a family fun day! http://www.morikami.org/events/family-fun/
Gyotaku prints are prints or rubbings made by putting pigment onto a fish and making a print directly from the fish. In ancient Japan, the purpose of these prints were to record how large a fish was caught. By Barry Singer
Gyotaku - is the traditional method of Japanese fish printing, dating from the mid-1800s. This form of nature printing may have been used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an artform on its own.
fish18oo's ruby snapper and bulls eye fish artwork by FauxKiss, $12.00
Botanical fish prints by Soil Design, Cape Town, South Africa. Contemporary / HOW AWESOME?