Selection of storefront illustrations by Tokyo-based artist Mateusz Urbanowicz (aka Mattō). More images below.               Mateusz Urbanowicz’s Website Mateusz Urbanowicz on Facebook Mateusz Urbanowicz on Instagram Mateusz Urbanowicz on Behance Via Lustik

Selection of storefront illustrations by Tokyo-based artist Mateusz Urbanowicz (aka Mattō). More images below. Mateusz Urbanowicz’s Website Mateusz Urbanowicz on Facebook Mateusz Urbanowicz on Instagram Mateusz Urbanowicz on Behance Via Lustik

Title: The Great Wave Off Fukushima  From: Kadir Asani    Inspired by “The Great Wave Off Kanagawa” from the Japanese Artist Hokusai. #poster #Japan #tsunami #design

Title: The Great Wave Off Fukushima From: Kadir Asani Inspired by “The Great Wave Off Kanagawa” from the Japanese Artist Hokusai. #poster #Japan #tsunami #design

ITO, Yuhan (1882-1951). Castle and Cherry Blossoms. Original woodblock print, Japan, c.1930.

ITO, Yuhan (1882-1951). Castle and Cherry Blossoms. Original woodblock print, Japan, c.1930.

Contemporary Japanese Artist Yasunari Ikenaga ~ Blog of an Art Admirer by SiennaSparrow

Contemporary Japanese Artist Yasunari Ikenaga ~ Blog of an Art Admirer by SiennaSparrow

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” www.yorkeantiq

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” www.yorkeantiq

black light cream fortune cat Dobby fabric by Cosmo from Japan 2

black light cream fortune cat Dobby fabric by Cosmo from Japan

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Hiroshima umbrellas - floating on the river used by the victims to cool their burns.

Hiroshima umbrellas - floating on the river used by the victims to cool their burns.

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