Katsuji Wakisaka: Japanese Textile Designer Marimekko, SOU・SOU, and 10,000 Postcards to His Wife

Katsuji Wakisaka: Japanese Textile Designer Marimekko, SOU・SOU, and Postcards to His Wife Finland

EMBROIDERED COTTON ROBE (CHIJIRI)  Ainu (Hokkaido, Northern Japan), late 19th c.

Embroidered Chijiri (Cotton Robe), Ainu (Hokkaido, Northern Japan), late c.

Japanese textiles Tissus japonais Japon / Japan

Japanese textiles Tissus japonais Japon / Japan make great patterns , and I love the versatility of having different, but matching patterns.

japanese wave and sun painting

Japanese textile design: Two cranes and a wave. Crane with Moon/ Wave Panel Japanese Crane fabric with orange moon on indigo background with metallic gold outlines-Japanese fabric panel-sides are raw edges

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Spring/Summer 2016 Print Trend Report Part 2

Sample page of a traditional Japanese pattern from the Kimono Pattern Design Book Series (Nagajyuban)

red, a Japanese pattern from the book "Traditional Japanese Patterns (Nagajyuban)" in the Kimono Pattern Book series.

patternbase: Japan, circa 1978 A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan. 100% wool. The Treasures of Tutankhamun. Dry-clean only. MMA”, which indicates that it was created in Japan specifically for the the museum shop during the important Tutankhamun exhibit held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1978. Very good condition: the panel is professionally glued to a board backing. 43” x 43”…

patternbase: Japan, circa 1978 A fine wool panel featuring an ancient Egytian motif. This textile has a small label on its backside that states “Made in Japan.

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