Experience the Buddha more closely and easily with Eraser Stamps.
Eraser stamp artist Tomoko Tsukui's friendly designs and colors expand the world of Buddhism.
This book introduces a wide range of motifs from simple flowers and trees to complex designs, including the Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Myo'o and Avalokitesvara, which everyone has seen at least once.
The book also includes a picture-story-style introduction to the life of Buddha, as well as informative Buddhist teachings and Dharma talks by Buddhist monk Asada Kojun, at the same time you can read and learn how to carve.
This book covers how to start making eraser stamps, as well as tools, carving and stamping, making this an easy book for anyone to get started.
It also introduces tips and hints on how to create your own original goods by taking advantage of the characteristics of the eraser stamp, which can be used on a variety of objects.
This book will help you to make your own special items and find what you love.
About the Author.
SHOGYO-MUJOz: Buddhist x Eraser Stamp sermons unit by Tomoko Tsukui, an eraser stamp artist, and Kojun Asada, an eraser stamp monk.
Tomoko Tsukui: Born in 1980 in Saitama Prefecture. In addition to running the custom-made Eraser-Stamp Studio "Hanko Ya Shokado," she teaches stamp-making classes, holds solo exhibitions in various locations, and is active in a variety of fields including magazines, books, and television.
Kojun Asada: Born in 1976 at Gokurakuji Temple of the Honganji sect of the Jodo Shinshu sect in Ojiya City, Niigata Prefecture. Asada started the eco-themed recovery event "Gokuraku Punch" after the Chuetsu Earthquake in 2006. He holds workshops all over the country to allow people to learn about Buddhist philosophy through hands-on experience.