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Collaboration Items

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    11 Piki no Neko

    '11 Piki no Neko' (11ぴきのねこ) is a series of picture books created by Japanese cartoonist Noboru Baba (馬場のぼる) in 1967 which illustrate the adventures of 11 hungry, cheeky cats.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Andrea Lauren

    Andrea Lauren is a British illustrator living in the United States, known for her simple drawings and attractive patterns we have collaborated with her to create fashion out of her owls, deer, bespectacled bears, star constellations and mittens.
    http://andrealaurendesign.com
    http://instagram.com/inkprintrepeat

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Anime Mix

    "MIX" takes place about 30 years from the story "TOUCH", a globally well-known series based on the manga by Mitsuru Adachi. Two stepbrothers, Touma and Souichirou Tachibana aim to revive Meisei Academy's baseball team and enter the National High School Baseball Championship.

    https://www.ytv.co.jp/mix/

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Anton Stankowski

    graniph presents a new series using some of the most iconic works from one of the all time greats of German graphic design, Anton Stankowski. Stankowski uses clean lines and figures that create simple yet harmonious images.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    AR3Bros

    The most famous Japanese software development unit, AR3Bros. They’ve chosen T-shirt for the next medium to augment in commemoration of their tenth anniversary. Experience a new kind of wearable art with this combination of fashion and smart phone app driven augmented reality by holding your phone over the T-shirts.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Archigram

    Archigram was a British neo-futuristic architect group, active in the 1960s and early 1970s. They visualised a possible architectural future without actually constructing any buildings. Their work had a great influence on artists in various fields. Together with the Archigram archives we have picked some of our favourite images to create this colourful series.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Armin Hofmann

    Armin Hofmann, born in in Winterthur in 1920 is one of the most significant Swiss graphic designers of the last century. As proprietor of his own studio, he made a definitive contribution to the outstanding reputation of Swiss graphic design, and as a teacher, he deeply influenced a generation of young designers world wide.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Ayako Ishiguro

    An artist and picture book author who mainly paints Bakeneko (Monster Cat), ghosts, monsters, and other strange creatures. Her famous book "Bakeneko Zorozoro" was the main inspiration for this series of vivid cat ghosts and scary cat monsters. Whether you love cats or not, you will enjoy this Bakeneko world. 
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  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Bill Charmatz

    Bill Charmatz
    With a long and successful career illustrating for the New York Times and the Washington Post, Bill Charmatz uses his distinctive style of line drawings for the story of the Cat's Whiskers.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Brian Wildsmith

    Brian Wildsmith was a British painter and illustrator of over 80 children's books. His explosive use of colour made them immediately recognisable to young readers all over the world. Brian Wildsmith won the 1962 Kate Greenaway Medal for British children's book illustration, for the wordless alphabet book 'ABC'.

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  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Burton Kramer

    Burton Kramer is an internationally recognized graphic designer. From his wide body of work we have picked a few of our visual favourites for this series of T-shirts.
    >http://www.burtonkramer.ca

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Charley Harper

    We are proud to present the world of Charley Harper, an artist who captured the essence of the subject with expressions with as few visual elements as possible in a style called "minimal realism", the rare intersection when studies of nature meets graphic design!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Cheburashka

    Full of charm, the fuzzy Cheburashka is as fuzzy as he is warm! The lovable Cheburashka is famous all over the world, as well as a major hero in his home country of Russia where he first appeared in the 1960s. We have picked some early images of Cheburashka and his friend Gena the Crocodile.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Chibi Maruko-chan

    'Chibi Maruko-chan (ちびまる子ちゃん)' is a manga series boasting national popularity in Japan since its first publication in 1986, and appearing across other formats such as TV animation and movies. With friendly characters and a unique sense of humor, the series is timelessly entertaining for both children and adults!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Chiki Kikuchi

    Delicate but with a powerful touch, Chiki Kikuchi has created many beautiful picture books that attracts both children and adults.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    colobockle

    colobockle
    We are happy to present these new garments using the art of "Colobockle", whose picture books are popular with both kids and adults. Their images combine cuteness with nostalgia, relying on fanciful collages and a peculiar palette of magical colors!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Elmer

    Elmer the Patchwork Elephant is a series of picture books by British writer David McKee. They are about Elmer, who is a very playful and energetic Patchwork Elephant and we have used him and his friends directly from the book for a series of colorful tees and dresses.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Eric Carle

    graniph presents the wonderful world of illustrator and children's book writer Eric Carle. Featuring the charming characters from some of his most popular books including 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' and 'Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?', there is something for all kids - big and small!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Erik Bruun

    Born 1926, Erik Bruun is perhaps the most famous graphic designer from Finland. Since graduating the Central School of Industrial Design in 1950 Erik Bruun has worked on advertising posters, books, stamps, and even money. He is most famous for his interest in nature and ecology, and has designed many posters and campaigns for everything from zoos to environmental preservation awareness campaigns. We at graniph are happy to be able to present some examples from the collection of this living legend!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Ewert Karlsson

    We are proud to present the work of one of the most influential illustrators and cartoonists to ever come out of Sweden: Ewert Karlsson, who won international recognition under the signature EWK. We have picked some of our favorites from his illustrations to the books about the little pirate prince, Vicke Viking.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Fred Benaglia

    Fred Benaglia
    French artist Fred Benaglia's gentle hand-painted work has been putting smiles on the faces of both children and adults all over the world. The simple lines and colors make for a unique touch. We picked some of our favorites for this series garments to fit both everyone from kids to adults!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Fujiko Fujio Ⓐ

    The world of renowned manga artist Fujiko Fujio Ⓐ (藤子 不二雄Ⓐ). The collaboration with graniph features designs and graphics of iconic characters from his series 'Ninja Hattori', 'The Laughing Salesman', and 'Kaibutsu-kun'.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Fujio Akatsuka

    Nicknamed the 'Gag Manga King', Fujio Akatsuka (赤塚 不二夫) was one of the pioneers of comical manga in Japan. This capsule collection features the quirky characters from his most popular manga series 'Tensai Bakabon'.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Gaspard and Lisa

    Gaspard et Lisa (Gaspard and Lisa) is the story of two Parisian pooches as told by wife and husband Anne Gutman and Georg Hallensbelen. The books have been translated into 15 different languages and illustrate their adventures spanning from the streets of Paris to New York in vivid, charming watercolours.

    No stranger to unique and nostalgic collaborations, graniph has released a limited-edition collection featuring imagery from the Gaspard et Lisa storybooks in a range of styles including t-shirts, ladies one-piece tops and kids tops.

     

    -> Gaspard and Lisa Look book

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    GeGeGe no Kitaro ゲゲゲの鬼太郎

    As one of Japan’s greatest folklore and horror comic book artist, few have been as influential as Shigeru Mizuki. From his impressive line up we have picked his most famous creation, 'GeGeGe no Kitarō' (ゲゲゲの鬼太郎) - a series of books that focus on a boy with mystic powers and an interesting coterie of allies, relatives and friends. Join us in the world of Kitaro!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Gremlins

    Gremlins is a 1984 American comedy horror film directed by Joe Dante and released by Warner Bros.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    harapekomegane

    Shinya Harada and Todoriki Rock are a married couple and illustrators known as the unit Harapekomegane. "Whether if it's real or fantasy, it’s simple and yet profound." Our collaboration items are tshirts and dresses, images featured in the Harapekomegane picture books. Have fun wearing what you eat!
    http://harapekomegane.com/
    http://nijinoehonya.shop-pro.jp/

     

    →harapekomegane x graniph fashion collaboration "Fruit Punch" picture book exhibition.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Hello Kitty

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Helmut Schmid

    A capsule collection featuring works by one of the world's finest typographers - Helmut Schmid.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Jakuchu Ito

    Itō Jakuchū​ (伊藤若冲)​ (1716-1800) was a zen Buddhist and master painter in Kyoto in the mid-Edo period. He was made famous in his lifetime for his experimental yet traditional hanging scrolls, decorative screens and prints.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Josef Capek

    Josef Capek is a painter and writer representing the Czech Republic. His great body of work continues to have a great influence in the world to this day. We picked some of his most famous works created in co-operation with his brother Karel.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Josef Palecek

    Born February 25, 1932 in the Jihlava and studied education at the Charles University. Started working as a freelance painter and illustrator in the 1960. In 1973, together with Libuse-Parechikovua, he proposed a plan to release picture books to the Nord-Zuddo, Inc. publishing house. Thereafter he was published in Japan, Germany, Italy, Austria and over 20 other countries. Received the "the most beautiful picture book award" from the Czech Agency for Cultural Affairs several times.

    http://a-a-agallery.org/artist/josef-palecek.html

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Kata Kata

    kata kata is a design duo that makes use of traditional Japanese dyeing technique to create subtle and sensitive designs. We hope that you will enjoy this series of garments in a retro-modern Japanese style.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Kazuo Umezz 楳図 かずお

    Kazuo Umezz (楳図 かずお) is considered the godfather of the horror manga genre, while also exploring other genres later on. He has been creating beautifully detailed visual stories, whether they be terrifying or humorous, since 1962. We are proud to present series of items from his famous titles 'Orochi: Blood' and the legendary 'Makoto-chan'. 

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Kisara Hoshi

    Hoshi Kisara is a water color painter who in 2014 won a gold medal in the graniph Design Tshirt Award. She finds her vivid and colorful motifs in the natural world, flowers and animals, affirming its beauty.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Leo Lionni

    Graphic designer and sculptor Leo Lionni has had an extensive career writing children's books. graniph has drawn from Leo Lionni's impressive body of work to bring his charming characters like Swimmy the Fish and Frederick the Mouse to you!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Little Thunder

    A Hong Kong based illustrator with a wide following among up and coming young artists. Her art expertly draws out femininity and cuteness with an unmistakable soft and dreamy touch. Here we present one of her original designs and two special illustrations made just for this project.

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  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Matti Pikkujamsa

    Funny characters with deep messages, simple but bold colorful patterns, clever illustrations, these are some of things that have made Matti Pikkujämsa a beloved artist both in his native Finland and in Japan, a country he often visits. Out of his own atelier in Helsinki he draws weekly illustrations for a newspaper, paints hundreds of portraits, creates textile patterns and illustrates books published in Japan. We are proud to present this collection made in close collaboration with Matti himself.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Miffy

    Miffy was "born" in 1955. While on holiday in Egmond aan Zee, Dick Bruna would tell his eldest son, Sierk, bedtime stories about a little, white bunny, who scampered around the garden of their holiday home. This bunny became the inspiration for Miffy. Later, when Dick began sketching Miffy, he decided he would prefer to draw the bunny in a little dress, rather than a pair of trousers, and so Miffy became a little girl bunny.

    Miffy is Dick Bruna's best known and most popular character, featuring in more than 30 books, far more than any other character he created. Miffy appeals to children all over the world, instilling a sense of safety. Many children are able to identify with Miffy and her adventures. She is uncomplicated and innocent, has a positive attitude and is always open to new experiences.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Milton Glaser

    Milton Glaser
    graniph is proud to announce a collaboration with one of America’s most famous designers of the 20th century, Milton Glaser. Along with the famous「I・NY」logo which he made for New York State in 1976, graphic designer and illustrator Milton Glaser’s work includes the cover for Idea Magazine, posters for Bob Dylan, posters for music festivals, paperback book covers, Life magazine covers and he is also one of the co-founders of Push Pin studio. This series comprises of t-shirts featuring some of Milton's most famous and best loved designs. http://www.miltonglaser.com/ 

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Mirko Hanák

    Mirko Hanák was a painter, graphic designer and illustrator from Prague, Czech Republic. He specialised in creating images of animals, birds and landscapes using fluid lines and brushstrokes that were full of energy.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Misako Morino

    Misako Morino
    Morino Misako collects and presses wild flowers to create these soft watercolor illustrations, giving us a unique view of her world. We drew from her existing portfolio to create this collaboration series, as well as getting a spring flavored special graniph logo tshirt inspired by pressed herbs and flowers.
    http://morinomisako.com/ 

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Misako Morino

    Misako Morino
    We used the beautiful watercolor and pressed flower collages of Morino Misako from her "fictitious flower" series of an imaginative world full of tender flowers.
    http://morinomisako.com/

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Mob Psycho 100 II

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Monika Forsberg

    With work born in the casual day-to-day observations of everyday life, the illustrations of Monika Forsberg are impressively distinct with their friendly colours and shapes. In this graniph lineup, we borrowed some of her illustrations, flowers, and birds!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Nao Tsuda

    Born in 1976.Tsuda is a photographer who has been showing his landscape photographs since 2001 in Japan and abroad.Through his view-finder,Tsuda interprets the "relation between humans and nature" passed down for generations since ancient times. His main publications include"SMOKE LINE" (2008) after traveling to China, Morocco, and Mongolia,"Storm Last Night" (2010) after traveling around the ancient sites of Ireland, and "SAMELAND" (2014) after visiting Sami, indigenous people who live within the Arctic Circle. http://tsudanao.com

    Photographs making you feel as if you were really there. Nao Tsuda traveled the world to bring us these images of timeless and distanceless landscapes. These are some of our favorites from his body of work.


    In association with CMart, limArt, Taka Ishii Gallery Photography / Film

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Nontan (ノンタン)

    Nontan the mischievous boy kitten loves to play and learn about the world around him with his friends and his little sister. He first appeared in Japanese author Sachiko Kiyono's children's books in 1976, and continues to inspire children's imaginations 40 years on.

     

     

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Norman Rockwell

    From his birth in 1894 in New York to his death in 1978, this great classically American illustrator continued to depict the heart of America throughout his lifetime. The images he created combine realism with fantasy, humour, and satire, and his vivid portrayals of people and animals even now seem ready to come to life.  His illustrations depict the emotions and daily lives of the American people in a variety of scenes.  Even after his death, his work remains as popular as ever.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Nutoguran

    A sweet and simple collaboration project with the Japanese illustrator Nutoguran. Her distinctive style is almost like a pastel colored dream.

    http://nutoguran.tumblr.com/

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Osamu Tezuka

    graniph is proud to present a collaboration collection with one of the godfathers of manga, Osamu Tezuka (手塚 治虫). He made Japanese anime what it is today and popularised it internationally with his great success. This collection features designs and patterns inspired by some of his greatest and renowned series including Astro Boy, Phoenix, and Black Jack.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Petra Ferweda

    Dutch artist Petra Ferweda's rich, detailed illustrations have made their way onto our tees.

    http://www.studioferweda.nl/illustration

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Pingu

    Pingu is a Swiss-British stop-motion clay animated children's comedy television series created by director Otmar Gutmann and illustrator Tony Wolf in 1990.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Rex Ray

    Among the carefully hand crafted patterns of Rex Ray we selected three of our favorites for a series of colorful items for both ladies and kids.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Rop Van Mierlo

    The characteristic and expressive watercolor style of Rop Van Mierlo works perfectly in illustrating the fur and feathers of animals. We have picked four of our favorites for a special series of garments in close collaboration with the artist himself.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Ryohei Yanagihara

    Ryohei Yanagihara was the pioneer of illustrators and the creator of the familiar character "Uncle Torys". His style is memorable and unique, as made of simplified shapes and contrasting colours. He also created many picture books including his best-known one "Face, Face, What Kind of Face?". His works have been loved for generations!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Ryoji Arai

    A picture book artist famous for his vivid colors and graffiti-like style. His original and unique world is loved by fans all over the world. Enjoy the collection including a special artwork created especially for graniph.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Satoshi Kako

    Satoshi Kako is a Japanese illustrator who has produced close to 700 works, many of which he has also written himself. 

    He is best known for his educational works that combine his engineering and scientific background with his love of storytelling.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Serge Bloch

    Serge Bloch is an illustrator. He was born in Colmar in Alsace and studied at the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg. In addition to making books for children his work can also be found in many newspapers, The Washington Post, New York Times, Obs, Suddeutsche Zeitung Magazin and for the advertising of companies like Hermès, Petit Bateau, etc. His drawings are simple but full of humor and playfulness. He divides his time between Paris and NYC.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Shinta Cho

    Collaboration featuring the works of late Japanese author and illustrator Shinta Cho (長新太). 

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    studio COOCA

    studio COOCA (スタジオクーカ) is a social welfare organisation that offers support and services to people with disabilities. They aim to support them by promoting creative art-making activities where they can use their talents. “We help them with what they are good at so they may then earn a living from their works.”

    Official website:

    https://www.studiocooca.com/

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Taiyou Matsumoto 松本大洋

    Taiyou Matsumoto is a loner manga artist who is celebrating his 30th year as a publishing artist. Matsumoto is the author of many deeply touching and original books, from stories of hot blooded youth to sublime stories reaching for the reader's heart. We have selected a few images from some of his most famous and popular works, like "Tekkonkinkreet", "Ping Pong", "Sunny", "Number Five", and a special design drawn just for this graniph collection.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Taro Gomi

    By now generations of children and adults both in Japan and abroad have enjoyed the picture books of Taro Gomi. We have picked our favorites from his library of work - about 400 books - to create this collection of fun and colorful Taro Gomi themed clothing!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    The Beatles

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    The Cabin Company

    graniph is proud to present a series with popular picture book authors, The Cabin Company! From their most famous creation the Giant Squid Ikatarou, to their other beloved characters from a jellyfish to an owl, you are welcome to share their colourful art with this colourful collection.

    The Cabin Company website:

    http://cabin8cabin.web.fc2.com/

    The Cabin Company Instagram:

    www.instagram.com/thecabincompany

     

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    The Snowman

    graniph has collaborated with English author Raymond Briggs to bring the characters from his cherished storybook 'The Snowman' onto our tees.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Thomas and Friends

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Tom and Jerry

    One of the greatest and most beloved duos in cartoon history, we are happy to present a series featuring the legendary cat and mouse comedy of "Tom and Jerry"!  From their beginning in the animated shorts created by William Hannah and Joseph Barbera in 1940, they are now beloved all over the world.

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Toshiyuki Fukuda

    A collaboration with Osaka-born illustrator Toshiyuki Fukuda (福田利之). He is active in various media such as advertisements, magazines, drawings, picture books, and textile - including his own textile brand 'TEMP'.

    Artist website:

    http://www.to-fukuda.com/

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    tupera tupera

    tupera tupera
    Starting in 2002, the unit tupera tupera consisting of Nakagawa Atsuko and Kameyama Tatsuya runs a wide range of activities, crafts, workshops, stage art, sculpture, animation. They are widely known for their artful and funny picture books, "Kao noto", "Shirokuma no pantsu" and ”Ki ga zurari”. Now you can read them, play with them and wear them with our collaboration series.


    http://www.tupera-tupera.com/
    https://twitter.com/tuperatupera
    https://ja-jp.facebook.com/officialtuperatupera

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Where's Wally?

    This graniph collaboration sees the return of 'Where's Wally?', a series of picture books loved by kids and adults all over the world. First created in 1987 by English artist Martin Handford, Wally travels around the world clad in his iconic red and white striped shirt, round glasses, and trusty cane. Now you can search for Wally amongst our collection!

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    YAMAP

    Collaboration with Japanese social trekking service "YAMAP"

  • Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time.[ssorder:-20190424]

    Yoshitoshi Tsukioka

    Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) was a Japanese ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist active until the end of the 19th century. As Japan modernized he relentlessly strove for perfection in the use of traditional materials and methods. He is widely considered the greatest Japanese artist of his time. 

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    T-Shirt (Kids) Eric Carle Border Short Sleeve Tee (Eric Carle_Heart Face)
    $45.00
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    T-Shirt (Kids) ELMER THE PATCHWORK ELEPHANT_Elmer and Wilbur
    $45.00

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