Monday, 06 June 2016 by Kusuyama
[:en]Ukiyo-e is a Japanese traditional form of art, birthed during Japan’s Edo period. The term means “pictures of the floating world”, which is coined because the images portray the suppressed middle class people of the time. As middle class people could not rise in the social hierarchy, they were considered to be ‘floating’ through society.
Not surprisingly, because of their versatility, Posca markers, have garnered a lot of positive attention from artist and painters worldwide. Although, with fame comes many questions… While the Posca user community have shared a wealth of knowledge, we’ve found that because of the conflict in personal experiences, there are many questions left with ambiguous answers. So to make life easier, we’ve researched