Yusuke Nishibe’s Creative Photos Honor a Traditional Japanese Print

All photos by Yusuke Nishibe. Used with Creative Commons permission.

Before photography became one of the primary tools for creative expression and documentary work, there were traditional art and printing techniques. Japan was a cradle of some of the most fascinating of these, including a nature printing method called Gyotaku. It’s safe to say that it inspired Yokosuka based Yusuke Nishibe to use photography as a way of paying tribute to the unique craft with his own digital version.

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