First, let’s learn through the term Ukiyoe. Ukiyoe is a school of painting that flourished from the 17th to the 19th centuries in Japan. Artists of this genre produce prints and woodblock prints of subjects such as beautiful maidens, kabuki actors and sumo wrestlers, scenes from historical and folk tales, scenes Beautiful excursions and landscapes everywhere, plants and animals. The term Ukiyoe translates to “pictures of the unreal world”.
Most recently, a group of artists recreated the top battles in two famous manga series One Piece and Dragon Ball with Ukiyoe style. Let’s take a look at these photos!
Looking at the pictures, you can see that villains such as Frieza, Cell, Buu represent demons and Goku and Gohan are depicted as gods according to Japanese culture. These are truly amazing and creative works.
Luffy meets Kaido for the first time
Zoro and Sanji combine attack
Oden tattooed Kaido
The same thing is also created by the artists in One Piece. Accordingly, the Wano arc and many scenes of this story are also creatively recreated in the Ukiyoe style. We are especially impressed with the classic style drawings of Luffy or Oden versus Kaido.
What do you think about the series of photos of the top battles in Dragon Ball and One Piece being recreated in Ukiyoe style? Please leave your comments!