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Traditional Japanese Kimono (female). The style of this particular Kimono gives quite a regal feel which is something I should consider when looking at hierarchy of the characters within my animation. In addition, the colours are quite interesting as there is a large contrast between light and dark, which is also something I should think about.

Kimono and yukata are considered as Japanese traditional clothes! And they are weared in the special festival all a year! Japan in Spring Time wedding theme

Hush, Twin Light II, 2011, acrylic paint, screen print, spray paint, ink

Gallery: East Meets West in Hush’s Klimt-esque ‘Twin’ Series

Travel Inspiration for Japan - Geisha performing Traditional Japanese Dance with Fan - seen in Kyoto in spring

Geisha performing Traditional Japanese Dance with Fan - seen in Kyoto in spring. When i visit Japan, will definitely not miss the KABUKI. I think they are the most graceful performers next to the ballet dancers. This fan dance is in my "must watch list"

Wabi Sabi Ceramic Tableware Unglazed Saggar by MadeOFAustralia

Items similar to Wabi Sabi Ceramic Tableware (Unglazed, Saggar Fired, Quartz Coated & Food Safe) on Etsy

Wat is jouw Ikigai? Waarvoor kom jij graag elke dag uit je bed? Wat is jouw doelstelling?

Why North Americans should consider dumping age-old retirement: Pasricha

Wat is jouw Ikigai? Waarvoor kom jij graag elke dag uit je bed? Wat is jouw doelstelling?

Hush é artista inglês que utiliza as figuras das Gueixas japonesas para realizar um trabalho de street art maravilhoso. Misturando elementos culturais diferentes, e com o uso de técnicas variadas, ele cria uma combinação perfeita entre o ocidente e o oriente, o moderno e o clássico. Suas intervenções são mais do que uma simples expressão artística, são uma verdadeira realização de sincretismo cultural, com classe e sutileza. Dois mundos que se encontram.

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Geisha Street Art Hush is a street artist who is inspired by Japanese culture for his works. You can recognize manga-style elements and above all the figure of the geisha.

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Japan |  Samurai Mask and Helmet on display at the Osaka Castle Museum.  Image included in December 2003, National Geographic Article 'Japan's Way of the Warrior.' |  © Ira Block.

Samurai face mask (mempo) and pumpkin helmet (kabuto), Osaka Castle Museum. On the battlefield they inspired terror, harvesting heads and glory with their swords.

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