Yoriko Yoshida’s “Asialphabet” A – Z of Japan

Posted in Japan on 14 January, 2011 (18:41)

Japanese artist Yoriko Yoshida has been maintaining an online art workbook since 2007, updating with a new piece daily. There’s lots of great work on there but one set really stands out, the “Asialphabet” – as set of illustrations depicting the Roman alphabet (excluding Q & X) as Japanese item/traditions. I’ve included the first four below, but be sure to head through to  Yoriko-sans site to see the full set as they’re all fantastic.

A – Akita & B- Bonsai
Yoriko Yoshida's
Yoriko Yoshida's

C- Chanoyu(Japanese Tea Ceremony) & D – Dashi(Japanese Soup Stock)

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See the full set here

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