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Three Japanese master printmaking artisans collaborated on this awesome trio of Star Wars Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, beautifully combining a traditional art form dating back to the with iconic.

“Ukiyo-e Heroes” depicts classic video game characters in illustrations inspired by traditional Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints

Japanese Woodblock Prints of Classic Video Game Characters

Ukiyo-e Heroes: Donkey Kong Visits Japan. In his fantastical Ukiyo-e Heroes series, illustrator Jed Henry reimagines classic video game characters in the style, setting, and medium of traditional Japanese woodblock prints (ukiyo-e).

The Last Kingdom - by Patricio Oliver  /  want it on a WHIM.

The Last Kingdom - by Patricio Oliver / want it on a WHIM.

'STAR WARS Boba Fett' from "Ukiyo-e Character series 6" by Japanese artist and illustrator Takao Nakagawa. via the artist on Behance

"Ukiyoe Character series", a project of the Japanese illustrator Takao Nakagawa, who transports the famous characters of pop culture into medieval Japan, using

Calamari Admirals

Star Wars Sports Team Logos /// Mon Calamari Admirals /// by WanderingBert / David Creighton-Pester (via

Incredible art brings Darth Vadar to feudal Japan | Illustration | Creative Bloq

Incredible art brings Darth Vadar to feudal Japan

Geeky woodcut artworks series by Brian Reedy. Perfect match between "old school" art and pop culture pictures. All Images © Brian Reedy via

Master Horiyoshi 3 studio in Yokohama Japan Full Body Tattoo Irezumi Japanese Tattoo Osen Horimono

'STAR WARS Darth Vader' from "Ukiyo-e Character series 7" by Japanese artist and illustrator Takao Nakagawa. source: Behance. via DesignFaves

Ancient feudal style artwork proves modern pop characters have existed for centuries

"Ukiyoe Character series", a project of the Japanese illustrator Takao Nakagawa, who transports the famous characters of pop culture into medieval Japan, using

The Second Ichikawa Monnosuke as a Man Dressed in a Kimono  Katsukawa Shun'ei  (Japanese, 1762–1819)  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: ca. 1793 Culture: Japan Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper

The Second Ichikawa Monnosuke as a Man Dressed in a Kimono Katsukawa Shun'ei (Japanese, Period: Edo period Date: ca.

Images of Star Wars Reimagined as Gorgeous Ukiyo-e Prints

Images of Star Wars Reimagined as Gorgeous Ukiyo-e Prints

Japanese Crowdfund Gets Overwhelming Response for Star Wars Ukiyo-e Prints - Interest - Anime News Network

Math Women by Pacalin  /  want it on a WHIM.

Three brilliant African-American female pioneers who were part of NASA's team of human computers during the Their calculations were integral to several historic space missions, including John Glenn’s successful orbit of the Earth.

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