Japandi art is minimalistic, elegant, and organic. But most importantly Japandi art is personal, and works together with interior design to bring the Japandi aesthetic alive with timeless style in a space.
For me, Japanese Art has been the most alluring art form. Whether it is Nihonga (traditional Japanese painting), Ukiyo-e (woodblock print), Sumi-E (traditional ink painting), or Ink calligraphy, I am drawn to it. Ukiyo-e, in particular, has been my favorite Japanese art style, and the inspiration between the art prints of the Art of Zen.
Yoshitomo Nara’s paintings, sculptures, and drawings of childlike figures with expressive eyes have captivated audiences around the world.
The Enso Circle has had a profound impact on contemporary design. Explore its integration in logos, home decor, and fashion, highlighting examples that illustrate its simplicity and elegance.
In the kaleidoscope of Japanese art, Kamisaka Sekka stands as a luminary, weaving threads of tradition and innovation into the rich tapestry of ukiyo-e.
As the inked lines of ukiyo-e prints immortalized the heroic feats of samurai and ronin, they not only captured the essence of a bygone era but also forged a timeless connection between the present and the past.
Lego’s The Great Wave Art set marries creative play with Japanese artistry, offering enthusiasts an immersive experience inspired by Hokusai’s iconic woodblock print.
Yayoi Kusama’s mesmerizing polka-dotted creations, immersive installations, and avant-garde approach to art have made her an iconic figure in the world of creativity.
Tatsuro Kiuchi is a Tokyo-based illustrator who has created art for clients like Google, Royal Mail, The New York Times, and The New Yorker.
Exploring the origins, art, and Cultural impact of BAPE designs (A Bathing Ape) in Japan and beyond.