The Japanese style of art known as 浮世絵 or ukiyo-e, literally "pictures of the floating world" has been well documented in the above two links, so I don't need to. Who knew that G. ルーカス would have embraced it when he opted for the National MacLord C-Movie MC15 for his movie-making magic?
Piece this baby together to make a two-page newspaper ad for it! (Some overlapping may occur. I'm not sure where the Dragon fits in, but it is very cool!) Speaking of ukiyo-e ads, try this!


John Rozum said...

I love that ad. I haven't seen it in quite a while. Thanks for posting it and refreshing my memory.

Michael Jones said...

I'm surprised anyone had seen it. Never underestimate the ubiquity of the Web.


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