Gyotaku is a form of printing using freshly caught fish and other aquatic life, to create realistic imprints on cloth or paper. It originated in Asia during the 1800’s as a methodical way to document a fishermen’s prized catch.

Gyotaku is a form of printing using freshly caught fish and other aquatic life, to create realistic imprints on cloth or paper. It originated in Asia during the as a methodical way to document a fishermen’s prized catch.

Prowler - Gyotaku Fish Rubbing - Limited Edition Print (11 x 16)

Prowler Gyotaku Fish Rubbing Limited Edition Print by fredfisher

Striped Bass - "Rock Fish" - Gyotaku Fish Rubbing - Limited Edition Print (31 x 16)

Limited Edition Print Title: Rock Fish - Striped Bass Size: x Beautifully detailed print of original Striped Bass fish rubbing.

American Eel Gyotaku Fish Print (Original)

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Gyotaku Framed Prints - Mako Tail on Thai Banana Paper Framed Print by Jeffrey Canha

Gyotaku Framed Prints - Mako Tail on Thai Banana Paper Framed Print by Jeffrey Canha

Limited Edition Print Title: Roamin Reds - Redfish  Size: 30.75” x 18”    Beautifully detailed and vibrantly colored print of original Redfish rubbing. Image is printed on 100% cotton acid-free fine art paper with fade resistant archival ink. Each print is signed and numbered from a Limited Edition Series. Print will be shipped in a mailing tube. A wide assortment of original fish rubbings and other limited edition prints are also available. Please feel free to contact me with any questions…

Redfish - "Roamin' Reds" - Gyotaku Fish Rubbing - Limited Edition Print x

GYOTAKU print - repro of traditional Japanese fish art - OCTOPUS (2) by dowaito on etsy

Long-Legged Octopus gyotaku print (traditional Japanese printing method with fish) - I did this on a school trip and had no idea there was an name for it!

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FLYING OCTOPUS gyotaku giclee print - traditional Japanese fish art - by dowaito

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