Katsumi Komagata

Pacu pacu


A little fish swims through the waves, eats everything he meets and learns from its experiences. Pacu Pacu is a great silent book where paper-cutting creates effects of depth and becomes a narrative device, for a poetic learning dedicated to children as well as grown-ups.

Printed in Japan with exceptional care, all of Katsumi Komagata's books are proper works of art; stories that play with paper and come to life.

  • Language: no text
  • Width: 15,5 cm
  • Height: 25 cm
  • Publisher: One Stroke



Katsumi Komagata is a Japanese artist and graphic designer born in 1953 in Shizuoka. Since 1990 he has been publishing his books through his publishing house, One Stroke. His creations are made of colored paper, folded and superimposed, giving life to small stories full of poetry. Inspired by Bruno Munari and Leo Lionni, his work has won numerous awards and is exhibited all over the world.


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