Thursday, August 11, 2011

Kaisei-sha exhibition at Fukuoka Asia Museum



These photos are of an exhibit currently on at the Fukuoka Asia Museum in Japan. Many thanks to my Japanese publisher Kaisei-sha for all that they did to make this show possible. I am delighted by the wall murals and the scale of the art work. I hope you will enjoy these as much as I do!




12 comments:

Jara said...

WOW!!! I love this, wish there was something like this in Texas!!!

Monster Librarian said...

So cool! Wish they would bring this to the Museum in Massachusetts--would love to see it!

aloi said...

amazing! i would love to see this! :)

Samuel Louis said...

I love this! I wish they had something like this in our neighborhood, I would hang out all day, everyday.

Debbie said...

What an AMAZING exhibit. How fantastic for you to 'see' the contribution your work has made around the world. Such a blessing to contemplate one's own legacy.

All the best -- from a big fan!

Shelley said...

Absolutely amazing! I enjoyed your museum this summer but as a big Papa, Please Get the Moon For Me fan, this looks incredible. Please do let us know if you ever feature something like this in Massachusetts!

Do you have a good "back to school" piece for us teachers hiding in your archives? :)

As always, thanks for brightening so many lives with your talents.

Wendys Hat said...

What an incredible display! Happy {end of}Summer! Thanks for sharing this with us all.

eileen c said...

Looks fabulous!! I wish I could see it there.

SaraGally said...

This looks fabulous!
I live in Kyoto, Japan, which is a litte bit far from Fukuoka, but I would LOVE to go!
I remember a few years back when I went to your exhibition in my hometown Yokohama. It was one of the greatest exhibition I have ever gone to.
Thank you for your beautiful work.
Love and peace,
Sara

Jo Brown said...

this looks like a terrific exhibition, I especially love the super-sized fruit, it would be great if this exhibit travelled, how about to the UK?

Peaceful Reader said...

This looks fun and interactive for kids. I'm in the middle of my Eric Carle unit for kindergartners and they love yelling "ERIC CARLE" when I ask who we are studying!

cloud9design said...

This is phenomenal!!! I would looove to experience this with my son! We love your books & I hope to become an author and illustrator one day! :)


Thank you for being so inspiring and encouraging children to let their imagination take flight!

Many blessings to you!
~Amber