Japanese Patterns

Japanese Patterns : Creative Colouring for Grown Ups

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Inspired by the traditions and seasonal festivals of Japan, the beautiful patterns in this book are sure to spark your inner creative. With its stunning, elegant and simple designs, Japanese style comes from a rich cultural background and is instantly recognizable around the world. From delicate florals and scenes from nature to intricate fans and parasols, dragons and kimonos, in this unique book you'll find over 100 detailed patterns to colour, providing endless hours of relaxation and escapism.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 210 x 297 x 17mm | 518g
  • Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Black line drawings
  • 1782434089
  • 9781782434085
  • 5,949

About Various Authors

In July 1985 Michael O'Mara Books published its first book. At that time the firm's only two employees were Mr. and Mrs. O'Mara and the offices were the spare bedroom of their semi-detached Clapham house, it was, quite literally, a Mom and Pop business.Now, after thirty years of publications, with a backlist of a thousand titles, it is still a family firm, producing one hundred and fifty new books a year. Succeeding as an independent in a publishing world dominated by vast, multinational conglomerates is not easy but it is fun.We hope that some of the fun we have had creating our list will filter through to our readers and we look forward to many more years of successful, independent publishing.show more

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