Colored Calligraphy (iromoji) – How to Write Wind- Japanese Culture and Traditional Craft |
lesson of iro-moji(colored calligraphy)/how to write kaze(wind) Hello! I’m a writer of KARAKURIJAPAN, Mr. Karakuri. The letter kaze is one of the most artistic letters used in shodo(calligraphy). It can be written depending on your sense because it has few stroke counts and two big sweeps. It’s very popular letter in shodo which is popular around the world. At this time, we’ll use iro-moji(colored calligraphy) to make it more artistic. The person who will write it is an instructor of iro-moji, Mr. Nishimoto. Who is Ken Nishimoto? Mr. Nishimoto will write it. He is a professional artist of iro-moji. This is who he is. Source:http://sho.nishimotoken.com/about/index.html Born on January 1st, 1986, in Hiroshima. Participate in various activities of art such as calligraphy and music. Not only usual calligraphy with black ink, but also good at colored calligraphy which he named “iro-moji” making new way of calligraphy. Work at designing at Gutarabotch with a painter Maimai,