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Resultado de imagen para  GYOTAKU

Gyotaku literally means "fish rubbing" in Japanese. So what I have here isn't exactly gyotaku properly speaking; it's more like plant-taku.

Very intrigued. I want to know how big it is.

Very intrigued.

Maine artist Annie Sessler makes printed images using actual fish!

Maine artist Annie Sessler makes printed images using actual fish!

Gyotaku Framed Prints - Snapper Framed Print by William Fields

Gyotaku Framed Prints - Snapper Framed Print by William Fields

Painting of octopus by Wakana Emori, Gyotaku Exhibit, American Museum of Natural History, 1956

Take a look at these stunning cephalopods! These paintings, octopus by Wakana Emori and squids by Koyo Inada, were part of the Museum’s 1956 Gyotaku Exhibit. Gyotaku is the traditional Japanese method.

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Blue Sea Perch Gyotaku

Treat yourself or a friend to our Unique and Distinctive Gifts and Jewelry ~ Inspired by the Sea

Dwight Hwang is an artist based out of Mission Viejo, CA who lived in Japan for many years specializing in traditional Japanese Art of Gyotaku. All of his original prints are done in the ‘direct’ style in which sumi ink is brushed directly onto the fish and then covered in calligraphy rice paper.

LIONFISH (Hanami No Kasago) Gyotaku print - traditional Japanese fish art by dowaito

Crappie  Gyotaku Fish Rubbing  Limited Edition Print por fredfisher

Limited Edition Print Title: Crappie - Speckled Perch Size: x Beautifully detailed print of original Speckled Perch fish rubbing.

gyotaku d'un calamar

gyotaku d'un calamar

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