Fun Link Friday: Ukiyo-Enerator

In case you need some more things to do on the internet instead of thinking about what you should be doing, the Ota Memorial Museum of Art collaborated earlier this year to create a “Make Your Own Ukiyo-e” page.

Just pick your background and start drag & dropping all your favorite illustrations from woodblock prints into the mix! You can even add text. If you’re anything like me you just want ghosts and spooky skulls all over the place, so you end up with something that looks like this:

Stop thinking about your work and take some time to fool around with fun images! You can visit the site here: https://ukiyoe2020.exhn.jp/ukiyoenerator/

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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2 Responses to Fun Link Friday: Ukiyo-Enerator

  1. It seems so interesting! However, I could not access the page… There was an error message…

  2. Pingback: Fun Link Friday: Contemporary Ukiyo-e in Airbrush | What can I do with a B.A. in Japanese Studies?

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