Kneecaps made from sunflowers, ribs from green leaves, and arched rows of pink roses making a shape of a skull... This stunning collection presents the unique images of skeletons made from pressed flowers. The author, Tada felt bones were the essence of a woman and tried to reproduce them with flowers - which have been often associated with women.
This figure skeleton was first used for an ad campaign for funeral parlor, and Tada won an award. She self-published 500 copies of this collection by crowdfunding, which sold out very quickly and this was one of the most sought-after titles in art bookstores.
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Asuka Tada is a graphic designer from Chiba, Japan. She started creating “pressed flower skeleton” when she was a student of Musashino Art University. After graduation, she continues her art works as well as working as an art director at an advertising company.
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Descripción Asuka Shinsha Inc, 2016. JP Oversized. Estado de conservación: Brand New. bilingual edition. 10.50x8.25x0.55 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería __4864104158
Descripción ASUKASHINSHA INC., 2016. JP Oversized. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P114864104158