Japan-style

Friday, November 03, 2006

I've spent the past couple of weeks working on this image from my trip to Japan. I put most of these photographs on the blog inMay. I wanted to do something more with them. So I collaged the best photographs together, making a large poster print which I've framed and now adorns my bedroom wall. It measures 30 x 40cm, and is a riot of colour. I'm really quite pleased with it.

I'd like to sell this, and any other image I've done, as prints. So if you'd like to buy a print of this, just let me know by commenting or emailing or any-way-you-can and we'll organise something.



7 comments:

Old Cheeser said...

Really nice collection of photos / pics - very kitsch and colourful! Works well!

Adrian said...

Cheers, thanks for the compliments.

Gareth said...

I'll second them.

I'm flirting with the idea of doing the JET Programme when I leave uni, which would see me working in a Japanese school for a year. I spent an old book token on a phrase book a month or so back, which has led to me saying "Cheezu Kayki!" at every opportunity. Guess what that means...

Adrian said...

No idea what that means! I'm intrigued.

The friend who I was visiting in Japan was on the JET programme. She had a really good time, and I think would highly recommend.

I have another friend who is in Japan now, and loving it also. Don't think he's on the JET though, but is teaching in a school.

Gareth said...

I'll add these comments to my "For the JET" list that's forming in one side of my head.

Cheezu Kayki = Cheese cake.

I'm spelling it phonetically by the way. My phrase book is under some clothes somewhere.

I'm sure you can guess Derikatessen.

Goggle said...

I'd like to buy a print of this - It'd look great on my wall.

Adrian said...

Hurrah. I'll be in touch with you.