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Tatebanko is the forgotten Japanese art of creating amazing dioramas and scenic perspectives from paper. Tatebanko was popular and widely admired from the 17th century (Edo period) to the early 20th century. Then it all but disappeared. Now these kits have revived and reinterpreted this simple and elegant Japanese art. The kits feature the works of famed Edo artists. Beautifully designed and printed in Japan with elegant metallic accents, the kits are nicely packaged A4 size and make a diorama that is 7 1/2 W x 3 1/2 D x 4 7/8 H. Each kit has a playful secret and interesting details that make assembly fun. Two Views of Mt Fuji is the first two-sided Tatebanko one view in the front and a second view on the back!
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Our Arts and Crafts Prairie copper house numbers are sand cast from solid copper at a Kansas City foundry that has been in operation since the 1920's with eco friendly minimum 95% recycled materials. Oil rubbed to help preserve the finish until the natural patina process begins. Numbers are individually hand finished and inspected to guarantee quality. Copper numbers have...
The Frank Lloyd Wright house numbers have been adapted from the lettering style created by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1931 for use on exhibition drawings. The lettering style was created using 45 and 60 degree slanted lines and two compass curves. Each Frank Lloyd Wright house number is made of zinc alloy with a bronze color finish. Numbers come complete...
This Frank Lloyd Wright gift set of coasters is inspired by his art glass designs. The Wright gift collection contains one each of the following coaster designs: Willits, Dancing Glass, Oak Park Skylight, Coonley Playhouse Window. Each Frank Lloyd Wright coaster is 4" square, made of original CoasterStones porous sandstone and is cork-backed to protect furniture and prevent scuffs.
This stunning new Frank Lloyd Wright Saguaro hardwood night light has a built in light sensor to automatically turn on and off. In 1926-27 Liberty Magazine commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a series of cover designs that the editors thought to be too "radical" and never used. In 1973 there was a fire in the Arizona Biltmore. The graphic...