Dress up the office room or the living room with this striking print that will fit perfectly into a standard 16x20 frame.
Features a shimenawa (a special rope tied around or across an object or space to denote its sanctity or purity, from the Shinto religion), this is photographed by Yoko Kumano and designed by Anders Arhoj of Studio Arhoj. Makes a great housewarming or birthday gift.
This print is a part of our Gallery Art Wall at our Oakland Shop.
From Anders Arhoj, designer of this print:
"For the new Umami Mart location, I wanted to create a wall inspired by the home of an artist living in 1950's Tokyo. A period in time where the country was in great change – with strong cultural influences from abroad, yet tied to its past. I integrated some of my own ceramic designs for the wall as well - and instead of pure illustrations I worked more with mixed media collages, drawing on top of dusty old Japanese woodblock prints, tearing up old European paintings and reassembling them in the spirit of Umami Mart – a place of cultural exchange and inspiration between the past, present, and future."
- Print only, frame not included
- Dimensions: 16" x 20"
- Materials: Low-VOC soy-based inks on recycled cardstock made with 30% post consumer waste fiber
- Printed in Oakland, CA