An Embroidered Book of Natural History Motifs

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Description

A collection of designs that look like natural museums by popular Japanese embroidery artist atsumi.
A collection of scientific motifs, such as trees, leaves, flowers, fish, shells, ores, and snowflakes, with the theme of “designs like natural paintings”.
A page with one work per page is a beautiful book itself. It’s a fun collection of books that you can stab based on the design and just look around the pages.

Paperback: 127 pages
Publisher: Shogakukan (2019)
Language : Japanese

Author

atsumi

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After graduating from Tama Art University, she started working as an apparel maker and embroidery artist after working for the university.
In addition to holding solo exhibitions based on embroidery-based works, she is involved in activities such as collaboration work with artists and companies that handle different materials, provision of materials for animation, production of paintings, and workshops.

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Weight 501 g

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