Tatebanko - The Art of Paper Dioramas

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Tatebanko - The Art of Paper Dioramas

  1. 1. Tatebanko The Japanese Art of Dioramas
  2. 2. An Illustrated Essay On Children's Physical Exercises For Their Health (1873)
  3. 3. The Kaminarimon Gate at Sensô-ji Temple in Asakusa, Artist Unknown, Japanese, 1760–1849
  4. 4. Sumo Ring, 1868, Konobu I
  5. 5. Modern versions of tatebanko
  6. 6. Cranes and Clouds Tatebanko by foxibiri (Deviantart)
  7. 7. At Whale Hunting – 1850, Polish publisher ABC Magazine
  8. 8. Tylosaurus, 2011, T. Shinmura
  9. 9. "James & the Giant Peach," Roald Dahl feature, LMNOP Magazine, 2012. Jamie McGowan
  10. 10. Holiday Drinks, The Coffe Bean & Tea Leaf, 2011, Jamie McGowan
  11. 11. Your Task The Singapore Art Museum is looking out for student work based on the idea of tatebanko. You are to choose from 10 famous works of art and interpret your own version in tatebanko style. Size Limitation: Box of max. 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm
  12. 12. Vincent's Bedroom in Arles, Vincent van Gogh. Oil on Canvas, 1888
  13. 13. Oath of the Horatii, Jacque Louis David. Oil on Canvas, 1786
  14. 14. The Great Wave off Kanagawa, Katsushika Hokusai. Colour Woodblock Print, 1826-1833
  15. 15. Arrangement in Grey and Black No.1, James McNeill Whistler. Oil on Canvas, 1871.
  16. 16. The Music Lesson, Johannes Vermeer c. 1662-1664 Oil on canvas
  17. 17. The Milkmaid, Johannes Vermeer c. 1657–1658 Oil on canvas
  18. 18. The Human Condition, René Magritte, 1933. Oil on canvas.
  19. 19. The Arnolfini Portrait, Jan Van Eyck, 1434. Oil on panel.
  20. 20. Las Meninas, Diego Velasquez, 1656.
  21. 21. The Scream, Edvard Munch. Oil on canvas, 1893.
  22. 22. Here’s how you break it down.
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