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by Anita Yasuda

Download Japanese Children's Fabrics: 1950s-1970s (Schiffer Book for Collectors with Price Guide) eBook
ISBN:
0764319671
Author:
Anita Yasuda
Category:
Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language:
English
Publisher:
Schiffer Publishing (January 14, 2004)
Pages:
206 pages
EPUB book:
1410 kb
FB2 book:
1433 kb
DJVU:
1423 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
546


ISBN: 9780764319679; Издательство: Schiffer. Travel on the hem of fun and vibrant children's manga or illustration, translated into fabric designs.

ISBN: 9780764319679; Издательство: Schiffer. This book will take you on an unforgettable comic adventure through the colorful and cute imaginations of mid-century Japanese textile designers.

Japanese Children's Fabrics: 1950s-1970s by Anita Yasuda .

This book will take you on an unforgettable comic adventure through the colorful and cute imaginations of mid-century Japanese textile designers. More than just an informative guide for collectors, this book paints a vivid portrait of Japanese childhood and explores the transformation of post-war Japan through changes in fabric design.

Japanese Children& Fabrics 1950s-1970s Anita Yasuda Schiffer 9780764319679 Японские детские .

Japanese Children& Fabrics 1950s-1970s Anita Yasuda Schiffer 9780764319679 Японские детские ткани 1950-1970 : This book will take you on an unforgettable comic adventure through the colorful . Enlightening sections display images and themes, design layout and influences, design houses, and color trends. Additional chapters list manufacturers and provide photographs of their labels. A glossary of terms, care guide, and fabric resources round out this book.

Schiffer Publishing Japanese Children's Fabrics: 1950s-1970s - This book will take you on an unforgettable comic adventure . Japanese Anime Linens: 1970s to Present. Antique French Textiles for Designers. Toile: The Storied Fabrics of Europe and America.

Schiffer Publishing Japanese Children's Fabrics: 1950s-1970s - This book will take you on an unforgettable comic adventure through the colorful and cute imaginations of mid-century Japanese textile designers. Over 300 images portray children, animals, and whimsical worlds, beautifully photographed to peak. Traditional Kimono Silks. Travel on the hem of fun and vibrant childrens manga or illustration, translated into fabric designs

The book focuses on women's fashions, but includes examples of collectible men's and children's fashions of the . Vintage clothing from the late 1960s is popular today with collectors who enjoy wearing the styles and with fashion designers who use the styles for "inspiration.

The book focuses on women's fashions, but includes examples of collectible men's and children's fashions of the period.

Popular items for schiffer book. BOOK - Japanese Anime Linens: 1970s to Present by Anita Yasuda - full color photos - Schiffer Publishing.

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This book will take you on an unforgettable comic adventure through the colorful and cute imaginations of mid-century . Over 300 images portray children, animals, and whimsical worlds, beautifully photographed to peak the interest of fabric collectors and historians, sewing enthusiasts, designers, and those who love all things Japanese

This book will take you on an unforgettable comic adventure through the colorful and cute imaginations of mid-century Japanese textile designers. Travel on the hem of fun and vibrant children's manga or illustration, translated into fabric designs. Over 300 images portray children, animals, and whimsical worlds, beautifully photographed to peak the interest of fabric collectors and historians, sewing enthusiasts, designers, and those who love all things Japanese. More than just an informative guide for collectors, this book paints a vivid portrait of Japanese childhood and explores the transformation of post-war Japan through changes in fabric design. Enlightening sections display images and themes, design layout and influences, design houses, and color trends. Additional chapters list manufacturers and provide photographs of their labels. A glossary of terms, care guide, and fabric resources round out this book. Whatever your interests, you'll love these magical prints and the worlds to which they'll transport you.
  • Tiainar
I just love fabric from Japan and this book is filled with beautiful pictures of children's textiles and lot's of information on manufacturers, trends in colour and design etc.! There is also a section on anime fabrics which was so cute! This book is also available from the publisher directly.
  • Kann
As an artist and fashion stylist, I found this book particularly interesting and resourceful. The charming cover and delightful photographs provide an excellent visual tool for inspiration and design.