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1 April, 2008 (05:00) | japan, prints/photographs | By: xensen

joge-e, japanese

Joge-e, or “two-way pictures” were a form of woodblock print that was popular in the nineteenth century (when Japan’s world was being turned upside down). The prints reveal new images when rotated 180 degrees. Pink Tentacle has more examples.