Japanese Crests

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Courier Corporation, Jan 1, 2003 - Design - 48 pages
Originally created to identify aristocratic families and samurai warriors, Japanese crests have endured through the ages as an important art form. The compact and graceful designs in this collection — 920 classics of their kind — depict a wide assortment of traditional Eastern motifs, including astronomical images, insect, plant, and animal designs, and the renowned chrysanthemum crest of the Imperial family. Beautifully rendered in crisp black-and-white, these versatile illustrations are ready to use in a host of design and craft projects.

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