Gyotaku (Gyo - fish), and (Taku - impression) is the traditional Japanese art form of covering a fish with ink and lightly covering it with paper, creating a delicate and accurate picture of the original.

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Blue Water Fish Rubbings
Handmade fish prints produced by the Japanese gyotaku method.
Gyotaku by Naoki
Naoki Hayashi creates original gyotaku featuring Hawaiian fish and octopus realistically colored as he sees them underwater.
Gyotaku Fish Prints
Japanese folk art of printing fish from Florida.
Gyotaku Maui
Art in the Gyotaku tradition with exotic species of fish and plantlife from Hawaii. Originals, digital repros, t-shirts, and mousepads.
Michael Reimer Fish Prints
Original gyotaku fish rubbings including a description of gyotaku, gallery, upcoming shows and information about the artist. Based in Pennsylvania.
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