Blade of the Immortal returns in deluxe hardcover editions, collecting Hiroaki Samura's epic series for the first time in its original 7x10 serialized format.
A young survivor continues her quest across feudal Japan to avenge the murder of her parents, joined by her seemingly immortal protector.
A powerful portrait of the greatest humanitarian emergency of our time, from the director of Human Flow
Come on the journey from Edo, modern day Tokyo, to Kyoto, as experienced by Utagawa Hiroshige in, when he travelled the road to participate in an important procession in 1832.
There were 53 post stations along this important road, apart from the start and terminus, in all 55 prints, which are all here in the order from Edo to Kyoto, In the Hoeidō edition (1833-34).
Commemorating twenty years of manga, FEMME FATALE showcases of all of the full color artwork from New York Time's Best Selling artist Shuzo Oshimi. Featuring cover art, posters, promotional materials and never before translated comics, this is a definitive compilation of character art from one of the best known manga artists in the 21st Century.
The Jinbutso Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido Road, Gojūsan tsugi, 五十三次 is one of the most original of Hiroshige's huge production.
It is a hot fantasy full of secret clues.
A complex and contradictory graffiti culture has been brewing over the last few decades in one of the least expected settings--China's capital. Through an unparalleled collection of one local photographer's images, as well as interviews with 25 prolific artists, see how Beijing has developed its graffiti movement against the backdrop of the once-secluded nation's rise to global economic might.
Admire exquisite birds from an eminent Edo-period nature field guide.
This is the first comprehensive monograph on master artist Yoo Youngkuk, one of Korea's most popular modernists and considered a "magician of colors."
- This meticulously researched book traces the history of Phulkari through the ages, with over 350 pictures that bring to life the nearly lost craft - It shares instances of revival and innovation, and narrates the robustness with which Phulkari has re-entered the imagination of designers - The book is a source of inspiration for enterprising students of craft, institutions teaching art, craft, cu
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with lacquer mixed with a precious metal, usually gold, silver or platinum. The technique celebrates the history of the object and, rather than disguising a repair, highlights it and makes it beautiful.
This elegant volume showcases Hiroshige's exquisite scenes of 19th-century Japan in a format that honors the Japanese bookmaking tradition.