1 edition of Japanese schmuck found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Schmuck anthological.|
|Statement||[guest editors, Taii Ashizawa and Takehisa Kosugi]. No.8, Spring 1976.|
|Contributions||Ashizawa, Taii., Kosugi, Takehisa., Yoshida, Hideki.|
Schmuck is a special show of the International Trade Fair for the Skilled Trades taking place in Munich in March each year since Jewellery art reflects its day and age. Artists may refer to a political or social background, they may be rooted in fashion or arts. The Japanese book industry got its start in Buddhist monasteries, where monks hand-copied calligraphic scrolls called “kansubon.” However, because this format required repeated rolling and unrolling, kansubon were easily damaged and difficult to store safely. The leap to flat, folded pages was made around the 8th century via accordion-style.
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