General art-related discussion.
PM'd Don awhiles back but for anyone else the Chax prints were bought many, many moons ago from the Gloomy store in OhhSucka! Not even sure it exists anymore... His work has always been more toy orientated as well though & these are just litho prints too but still very cool images, I dig 'em also!
this is on some Miss Bugs resin levelksn wrote:I saw this a few days ago and thought it was pretty insane: http://artchival.proboards.com/index.cg ... hread=7922
Riusuke Fukahori is awesome as well, been trying to get a goldfish by him.
He's also doin a pretty nifty self portrait deal at the momentbrettlv5506 wrote:Shintaro Kago is fun Most of his stuff is very NSFW, but he does sell originals on his site.
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Some cool stuff posted. I have a couple early Kawase Hasui woodblocks. They are bad ass. Too lazy to take pics of mine but here is what two of them look like:
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whoa those are beautifuljjttdw wrote:Some cool stuff posted. I have a couple early Kawase Hasui woodblocks. They are bad ass. Too lazy to take pics of mine but here is what two of them look like:
http://chgprints.com/2014/06/22/kazuki- ... ieve-in-2/
“Something To Believe In”
Edition of 50 / signed and numbered by artist
25″ x 30″ image size
27″ x 32″ paper size
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Ah man I'd love a nice print from mononoke or Laputa. Seems pretty hard to get something like that, though. Google isn't turning up anything. I may just have to settle for the art book :/.Celsius wrote: Thx. It's by Nizo Yamamoto. He works for Ghibli and he actually did the backgrounds for that movie as well as a lot of others, such as Mononoke and Castle in the Sky.