Jul 25, 2004

Move over, crop circles


"An enlarged work by Aomori woodblock artist Shiko Munakata (1903-1975), stands out in a rice paddy in Inakadate, Aomori Prefecture. The work was created by a local village promotion council, commemorating the 100th anniversary of Munakata's birth. Underneath the reproduction of the work are the words, "Inakadate, a village of rice plant culture." About 600 people in the village planted purple, yellow and green rice plants, which formed a picture as they grew."
(pic and text from MDN)

6 Comments:

At 1/02/2009 6:34 PM, Blogger RaiTokyami said...

私は棟方志功の作品が大好きです。それ以来私は芸術家のための研究を開始、私は書いていますが小説の中のいくつかの情報を装うには、棟方志功知った。棟方志功のページから、ごの仕事をし続けている。

 
At 1/02/2009 6:39 PM, Blogger RaiTokyami said...

Sorry, the earlier comment was translated wrong. I meant to say; I love Shiro Munakata's work. Ever since I looked up his name, to use as information on a novel I was writing, I have become a fan of his. Please continue to post Shiro Munakata's work.

 
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