Published in 1877, “Views and Costumes of Japan” is a collection of hand-colored photographs assembled by the firm of Stillfried & Anderson, also known as the Japan Photographic Association. The collection documents the daily life, customs, and environments of Meiji Period Japan as seen through the eyes of Baron Raimund von Stillfried and Felice Beato. Collective Council has recreated individual pages from this landmark collection, blown them up to poster size, and added very Fab touches with sweeps of bright neon.
This new print of a vintage photograph has been digitally colored. Uncoated 80lb paper, digital print. Ships in a tube.