Walk while ye have the light (signed)

by Hara Yoshiichi


Photographs: Hara Yoshiichi

Publisher: Sokyu-Sha

68 pages

Pictures: 63 black and white illustrations

Year: 2011

Comments: Hardcover, 23cm x 25cm, limited printing of 600.

sold out

Yoshiichi Hara's most recent book, published in November, 2011, is in a similar vein to his other books -- that is it's hard to pin down a subject matter or a message. But what is not hard to pin down are the wonderful connections Hara is able to get from such seemingly disparate material.

The title is a phrase that came to Hara in one of his dreams, and 15 years after conceiving it he came upon a nearly identical phrase in a Tolstoy novel.


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Walk while ye have the light (signed)

by Hara Yoshiichi


Photographs: Hara Yoshiichi

Publisher: Sokyu-Sha

68 pages

Pictures: 63 black and white illustrations

Year: 2011

Comments: Hardcover, 23cm x 25cm, limited printing of 600.

sold out

Yoshiichi Hara's most recent book, published in November, 2011, is in a similar vein to his other books -- that is it's hard to pin down a subject matter or a message. But what is not hard to pin down are the wonderful connections Hara is able to get from such seemingly disparate material.

The title is a phrase that came to Hara in one of his dreams, and 15 years after conceiving it he came upon a nearly identical phrase in a Tolstoy novel.


More books by Hara Yoshiichi

more books tagged »black and white« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Walk while ye have the light (signed)

by Hara Yoshiichi


Photographs: Hara Yoshiichi

Publisher: Sokyu-Sha

68 pages

Pictures: 63 black and white illustrations

Year: 2011

Comments: Hardcover, 23cm x 25cm, limited printing of 600.

sold out

Yoshiichi Hara's most recent book, published in November, 2011, is in a similar vein to his other books -- that is it's hard to pin down a subject matter or a message. But what is not hard to pin down are the wonderful connections Hara is able to get from such seemingly disparate material.

The title is a phrase that came to Hara in one of his dreams, and 15 years after conceiving it he came upon a nearly identical phrase in a Tolstoy novel.


More books by Hara Yoshiichi

more books tagged »black and white« | >> see all

more books tagged »Japanese« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com