“Eraser Buddha Hanko” is a place where you can engrave Buddhist statues and other Buddhist motifs on an eraser stamp and enjoy the story.
This time, with the theme of “greetings,” we will show you various examples and life scenes of pushing the work into familiar goods.
We will give you a unique feeling with patterns and items that convey your thoughts for each scene.
Whenever you say a greeting or feeling to someone, it is through your senses.
It may be a good idea to say hello to your feelings and start by getting to know yourself.
When you touch the Buddha and look at yourself, if you realize that it is being utilized by many people, things, and phenomena,
I can honestly convey my gratitude and congratulations with the heart of gratitude.
In this book, we will start by greeting ourselves and knowing ourselves as “Greetings to ourselves” in Chapter 1.
All I make is a diary, a Buddha bag, a smartphone case, and other things I want to wear every day.
In the second chapter, “Greetings to the people around you”, with the feelings of gratitude and congratulations that arise from your heart.
Create one-stroke lines, wrapping goods, New Year’s cards, etc.
It covers how to start an eraser stamp, tools, carving, and pushing, and of course it is a book that anyone can easily start.
Introducing points and tips so that you can make originals and apply them.
For each “greeting”, a loose and relaxing method by a priest, Mr. Asada, is also posted.
You can easily enjoy the world of eraser stamps and experience Buddhist teachings together.
- Release Date:
- October, 2017
- Seibundo shinkosha
Eraser Hanko Artist.
Born in Saitama prefecture. She started carving erasers as a hobby at the age of 15, and after graduating from the Faculty of Human Relations at Wako University, she started making custom-made eraser stamps under the name of “Shokado” in 2003.
Communicate how to enjoy the eraser stamp through media appearances, books, and workshops. She is active in a wide range of fields such as print exhibitions and mural productions in Japan and overseas.