Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Decorative paper

Decorative paper, Kyoto
These are papers used for calligraphy and on the papers are Tanka, thirty-one syllabled verse, or Haiku, a kind of poetry, written by ink and its brush.

The papers are decorative with many tiny pieces of gold and silver leaf and the papers themselves can be artworks.

1 Comments:

At 7/04/2007 3:47 PM, Anonymous Raquel said...

Hi Macky =O))

Ohhh, this paper is so lovely, that I couldn't dare to write on it to do calligraphy or do Origami with it.

Why Japanese made such a beautiful paper???, then it's a pity to do something with them, since they by themselves are pieces of art. =O))

Have a beauty day!! =O))
Raquel

 

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