Printing warmth -- Fusuma (sliding door) paper from Noda Print Motif Workshop
Since ancient times, the Japanese have used washi (Japanese paper) for interior accessories, such as wallpaper and hyogu (a traditional Japanese craft of mounting calligraphy, paintings, or other works of art onto scrolls, frames or folding screens). They have enjoyed the distinctive texture of natural materials as well as pictures, patterns and other decorations.
Noda Print Motif Workshop, which is run by Takuma and Aiko NODA, creates fusuma paper, wallpaper and more that add color to daily life. Unique designs are added to the works with a sense of playfulness by applying a traditional technique called karakami.
While edgy, the works created by these artists somehow make you feel a warmth.
Clues for enjoying living spaces can be found in their meticulous handwork.
vol.33 2017 AUTUMN
Amazing feeling of materials
vol.34 2018 WINTER
Mizuhiki, a decorative string
that connects a wish with sincerity
vol.30 2017 WINTER
conveying the form of Japanese
celebration on washi
vol.31 2017 SPRING
Possibilities of Haribako,
enclosing a product and heart
vol.32 2017 SUMMER
Yuton: handing down a reminder of
summer to the next generations
vol.27 2016 SPRING
a natural and lyrical craft art
vol.28 2016 SUMMER
The art of
Paper string animals
vol.29 2016 AUTUMN
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