Noor Azlina Yunus - Author

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Books by Noor Azlina Yunus

Beautiful Women Japanese Prints Coloring Book Women's Fashion and Lifestyle in Japanese Art

Beautiful Women Japanese Prints Coloring Book Women's Fashion and Lifestyle in Japanese Art

Author: Noor Azlina Yunus Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/10/2017

Featuring elegant woodblock prints of beautiful Japanese women, this adult coloring book is the perfect stress-reliever for fans of Japanese fashion and art. Beautiful Women Japanese Prints Coloring Book celebrates 200 years of women in Japanese art-from the ukiyo-e woodblock prints of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century traditional Japan to modern shin hanga prints of the early twentieth-centry jazz era. This lavish fine art coloring book features 22 images of women from all walks of life-from court ladies to housewives-at work, at play and in contemplation. Like women the world over, they are dynamic as well as beautiful. With a wonderful section of prints of varying artistic complexity, this book is the perfect way to enjoy a slice of Japan's rich culture while having fun with coloring art. When your masterpiece is complete, tear it out at the perforation to frame and display. A copy of the richly colored original print sits opposite your canvas to use as a reference, if desired. Each print is accompanied by a fascinating introduction to the context or the artist behind the original work. Every page is perforated for easy framing and display.

Malaysian Batik Reinventing a Tradition

Malaysian Batik Reinventing a Tradition

Author: Noor Azlina Yunus Format: Paperback Release Date: 02/09/2014

Malaysian Batik: Reinventing a Tradition, traces the history of batik, the materials, methods and motifs of the block-stamped and hand drawn methods, and the ways in which Malaysian batik has been transformed into a craft with international appeal. Batik is more than wax and dye applied to a length of cloth. It is an art form practiced by people around Asia. With its its bolder, abstract designs and its brighter palette, Malaysian batik is a distinctly different type of batik that has brought an exciting new dimension to this ancient method of fabric art. Historically seen as a craft, batik making in Malaysia today has segued into more of an art form, both in its creation and its uses. Historically, batik fabric was fashioned into sarongs to be worn by people across all walks of life. More often now batik fabrics are used for lifestyle products, as art pieces and, above all, for contemporary high fashion. The pieces that are created display an originality of composition and design, an effective use of color, a high level of technical expertise and a flair for working in the medium that are the hallmarks of great works of art. Many of the recent advances in Malaysian batik are due to the initiatives of the Yayasan Budi Penyayang, which has revitalized the Malaysian batik industry by adapting it to suit fashion needs and utilized the Asian fashion industry to promote and display its beauty.

Malaysian Batik Reinventing a Tradition

Malaysian Batik Reinventing a Tradition

Author: Noor Azlina Yunus Format: Hardback Release Date: 06/01/2012

Malaysian Batik features a bolder, freer design than traditional batik books, with a brighter palette, bringing an exciting new dimension to the ancient art. This book highlights the ways in which Malaysian batik has been transformed into a craft with international appeal.