Graphics and Art from early Wind Bells
mainly the Suzuki era
More Graphics and Art from Wind Bells --- Wind Bell Excerpts
Suzuki letters and calligraphy etc -- Other Graphics -- Portraits
from the first Wind Bell. Assume
Suzuki did the Wind Bell but not necessarily.
Henry S. Louie of East Wind Printers in North Beach did the layout and Richard Baker remembers him doing the Zen Center stationary art so maybe him.
Here are some other examples of this wind bell art from the early Wind Bells
Difference in darkness mainly difference of scan quality.
WB 62-10 September
WB 62-12 November
WB 86-2 - Fall 25th Anniversary Issue
That's the older and Chinese way of writing Zen on the left so I bet Henry Louie did that. - dc
WB 63-7 - November
It makes sense that Suzuki or maybe his assistant Kazumitsu Kato did the above.
WB 64-1 February
Suzuki wrote this on the lecture summary
Taiji Kiyokawa listed as art for
this Wind Bell.
He also did the following five.
WB 65-03 April
WB 68-1 Spring
WB 70-1 Winter
WB 72-2 Fall
Cover drawing for WB 70-02 Summer by Ron Allen
Shunryu Suzuki's sumi circle