Ukiyo-e Heroes: Donkey Kong Visits Japan. In his fantastical Ukiyo-e Heroes series, illustrator Jed Henry reimagines classic video game characters in the style, setting, and medium of traditional Japanese woodblock prints (ukiyo-e).
This is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. Oh my god. just the fact that a plant Pokemon would accept a fire Pokemon (a plant pokemons most susceptible type for damage).<== MY DEAR GOD IM CRY ING D:> HOW COULD YOU
Jed Henry - Ukiyo-e Heroes Pokemon Ukiyo-e are the traditional woodblock prints from Japan, probably the most famous is the “Great Wave off Kanagawa” by Hokusai”. Mixing traditional Japanese art and Japanese vintage video games heroes
This is a small (but growing) series of Nintendo game characters (games for Nintendo, not all made by Nintendo) as traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints by Geekologie reader Ezra's illustrator friend Jed Henry. This is Samus here, but there's.