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Heikegami - Samurai Crabs These are the rad crabs popular with Kuniyoshi that feature the face of a samurai on their shells. Really cool little guys. They are a product of the Gempei war, a conflict between the Taira and Minamoto Clans. During the battle of Dan-
Size: 9" x 11.5" - Pages: 206 - Published: 2013 - Price: $75 - Binding: SoftcoverThis is the catalog from the Japanese Ghosts and Eerie Creatures ehibition that just ended and was without a doubt one of the coolest collections of yokai artwork under one
Size 6" x 8” - Pages: 136 - Published: 2011 - Price: $42 - Binding: Softcover I looooove Kasho's work - amazing reference for
Size 8" x 11.5” - Pages: 182 - Published: 1986 - Price: $80 - Binding: Softcover This is a great collection of Japanese Shunga - It starts out with the regular men and women in a variety of poses but towards the end there is some stuff that made my
Size: 7.5" x 10" - Pages: 224 - Published: 2012 - Price: $75 - Binding: SoftcoverThis is one of a series of books that were immediately some of my all time favorites. Gorgeous photography and cover to cover brilliant reference. The sculptures provide nice clean lines
1 regular brush pen, 1 fat tipped brush pen, 1 med tipped brush pen, 1 fine tipped brush pen with black sumi ink (refillable) and 1 with orange ink perfect for initial sketches.
Size: 6” x 8” - Pages: 320 - Published: 2013 - Price: $60 - Binding: SoftcoverThis is a GREAT little collection of Hokusai sketches and full color illustrations as well as Kyosai sketches and artwork. Predominately sketches and definitely some old favorites, but the Kyosai sketches
Hello all... Welcome to my second Stargazing Report. Before I share a cool new astronomical story, I want to thank everyone for the great responses and e-mails after my first post on seeing galaxies. A slew of people emailed me with questions and comments, and a handful of tattooers contacted
By Crash At the suggestion of so many tattooers and friends out there, (who I HOPE will step up now and get involved) we are going to do some experimenting with expanding the scope of the TAM Blog and invite folks to make it more personal, more cultural and