Contestants create anime versions of their alter-egos
The nightmares will never end
IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHERE THIS IS FROM YOU HAVEN’T LIVED
I scrolled past it and then immediately scrolled back up as the memory came rushing back to me
I can suddenly see my whole kindergarten classroom
I remember being so bothered by this book, and I could never explain why.
Kimono by Ityku Kuboty.
Ityku has been transformated to the perception of a kimono.
Kimonos are traditionally considered independent objects with their own unique pattern, but in a few Kubota kimono converted into a single product, so design a kimono is only a fragment of the total composition. As a result, several kimono form of an artistic or landscape.
Some of these have been involved in a kimono fashion shows.
His name is actually Itchiku Kubota. The textile technique he used to create these patterns is called tsujigahana. His work can be seen at the Itchiku Kubota Museum in Kawaguchi-ko in Japan.