The Single Stroke Artwork of Kazuhiko Okushita

Kazuhiko Okushita

Ippitsugaki is one of those Japanese words that doesn’t have an English equivalent, it’s a technique based on creation of a drawing, an animated gif or a short film, from a single, continuous stroke.
By the use of this japanese technique, film director and animator Kazuhiko Okushita creates these unique artworks.

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Kazuhiko Okushita

 

Kazuhiko Okushita

Kazuhiko Okushita

Kazuhiko Okushita

Kazuhiko Okushita

Kazuhiko Okushita

Kazuhiko Okushita

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7 Responses to The Single Stroke Artwork of Kazuhiko Okushita

  1. Reblogged this on Big Red Carpet Nursing and commented:
    I’d never heard of Ippitsugaki art before. It’s cool!

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  2. jensenempire2551 says:

    i am truly impressed….

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  3. Reblogged this on galesmind and commented:
    Such interesting artwork. Enjoy!

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  4. allabouteve16 says:

    Reblogged this on allabouteve16 and commented:
    WOW

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  5. qershi says:

    Simple and engaging!!

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