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Swedish art director Anders Brasch-Willumsen's digitally-rendered "Rocks and Light" series references materials used in the Japanese art movement Mono-ha.

Anders Brasch-Willumsen who has a fascination with the natural world juxtaposed with technology, characterised by powerful imagery, narrative, and emotion.

Mono-ha (School of Things) was a pioneering Japanese art movement that explored the encounter between natural and industrial objects such as glass, stone, steel and wire...

Mono-ha (School of Things) was a pioneering Japanese art movement that explored the encounter between natural and industrial objects such as glass, stone, steel and wire.

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Scops Owl in Flight - Koson (Naga Oban) ins by ins. A scops owl flying past a flowering cherry tree; the full moon behind.

Modern Japanese Art: Mono-Ha: The Art School of Things

Katsuro Yoshida, Cut-off, Steel pipe, cotton; 15 ¾ (diameter) x 165 inches on view in Requiem for the Sun: the Art of Mono-ha, Blum & Poe

‘Rocks and Light’ is a 3D project by Anders Brasch-Willumsen inspired from his fascination with the Japanese art movement Mono-ha, combined with an interest in the Light and Space as well as Minimalism movements.

Rocks And Light By Anders Brasch-Willumsen

‘Rocks and Light’ is a project by Anders Brasch-Willumsen inspired from his fascination with the Japanese art movement Mono-ha, combined with an interest in the Light and Space as well as Minimalism movements.

On Art and Space: Mono-ha

not unlike those who rely on gravity in the production of floors, the artists of "mono-ha" used gravity as an art material. in this 1968 piece by korean born Lee Ufan, gravity is as present as the concrete block and the plane of glass.

13 Really Impressive Miniature Art By A Talented Japanese Artist

13 Really Impressive Miniature Art By A Talented Japanese Artist

Utagawa Yoshifuji (歌川 芳藤, 1828 – 1887) was a Japanese ukiyo-e printmaker and student of Utagawa Kuniyoshi.

Utagawa Yoshifuji (歌川 芳藤, 1828 – was a Japanese ukiyo-e printmaker and student of Utagawa Kuniyoshi I Many Varieties of Cats Omocha-e (toys for children) to cut out the picture, a play doll stuck front and back of surfaces I Meiji era I 1868

Nobuo Sekine  Phase-Mother Earth, 1968/2012  Earth, cement

Nobuo Sekine Phase-Mother Earth, Earth, cement, molds Cylinder: 86 inches x 106 (diameter) x 270 centimeters) Installed dimensions variable

Liminal Moment by Bobbette Rose - Encaustic Monotype on Paper. These are paintings done directly on a heated plate with pigmented wax. Paper is laid on top and the image is offset onto the paper, similar to a typical monotype but no press. She does sveral thin layers, each time laying the paper down on the heated plate. In the final stage she often paints back into the image with a oil paint and a brush. Japanese washi paper used for this process, then matt and frame them under glass…

Liminal Moment by Bobblayers, each time laying the paper down on the heated plate. In the final stage she often paints back into the image with a oil paint and a brush. Japanese washi paper used for this process, then matt and frame them under glass.

Beautiful Wood-Block Prints by Hiroshi Yoshida

24 Japanese Woodblock Prints That Will Take Your Breath Away

Modern Japanese block prints - Shin Hanga - move me like no other form of art. They have sensitive, wonderful use of color, profoundly beautiful (yet simple) compositions, gorgeous light, an unmatched sympathy for nature and atmosphere.

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