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Animated Woodblock Ukiyo-e Prints

The Japanese artist Hokusai (1760-1849) swept Japan and, long after his death, the world, with his precise, vibrant woodblock prints. Images such as The Great Wave off Kanagawa almost seem to move. And now they really do, thanks to a bit of digital editing by a modern artist known as Segawa Thirty-Seven. He turned 5 famous works by Hokusai into funny animated .gifs, such as the above Tea House at Koishikawa. You can view the rest at Design Boom.


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