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Lightning as represented in Japanese prints is just one of the great informational pages at printsofjapan.com, a site that's short on designerly fillips, and long on content, effort and soul.

With over 200 pages, the geography here can become quite a maze, delightful to  ramble through, but easy to become lost in. For a quick and dirty thumbnail gallery of its nearly 1,000 images, though, you can use google's image search of the site, to keep track of all the gems.Also note that many of the images are actually larger than they appear on the pages; if you are using Firefox or Mozilla, right-click on a picture and "view image" to see the larger size.

Here are a couple of tiles inspired by the site, and here is an example box using them.

Posted by taz on April 23, 2005 at 02:47 AM in Art | Permalink


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