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Cartolina 2024 Anno del Drago Design, Letters, Calligraphy
Anno del Drago
Cartolina 2024 Anno del Drago
Tappeto Volare –  Realizzato da Boralevi Firenze. Tappeto annodato a Mano con tecnica tibetana cm 300×200. Realizzato su disegno esclusivo di Paola Billi 西子. Carattere Volare 飛 in Corsivo Folle, ispirato allo stile del monaco buddhista della dinastia Tang (618-907) Huaisu (怀素 737–799). Monaco, Art, Paola, Firenze, Peace Symbol, Tang
Tappeto Volare
Tappeto Volare – Realizzato da Boralevi Firenze. Tappeto annodato a Mano con tecnica tibetana cm 300×200. Realizzato su disegno esclusivo di Paola Billi 西子. Carattere Volare 飛 in Corsivo Folle, ispirato allo stile del monaco buddhista della dinastia Tang (618-907) Huaisu (怀素 737–799).
bag_bianca_8 Bags, Bag, Ted Baker Icon Bag, Ted Baker
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Chinese Hundred Surname 百家姓 on Typography Served Chinese Typography, Editorial, Chinese Typography Design, Print Layout, Typography Design, Typography Layout, Typography Served, Graphic Design Inspiration
Bookbindings, Typography, Experimental Typography, Books, and Chinese Typography image inspiration on Designspiration
Chinese Hundred Surname 百家姓 on Typography Served
Falling Flower 落花圖 (冊頁). Bada Shanren (Zhu Da), 1626-1705 八大山人 (朱耷); ca. 1692 (Qing dynasty); Ink on paper; H x W: 22.5 x 28.5 cm (8 7/8 x 11 1/4 in); Bequest from the collection of Wang Fangyu and Sum Wai, donated in their memory by Mr. Shao F. Wang, F1998.56.1; Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian China, Japanese Calligraphy Words, Chinese Ink, Chinese Painting, Japanese, Traditional Paintings, Chinese
Enigmas: The Art of Bada Shanren (1626–1705): Gallery
Falling Flower 落花圖 (冊頁). Bada Shanren (Zhu Da), 1626-1705 八大山人 (朱耷); ca. 1692 (Qing dynasty); Ink on paper; H x W: 22.5 x 28.5 cm (8 7/8 x 11 1/4 in); Bequest from the collection of Wang Fangyu and Sum Wai, donated in their memory by Mr. Shao F. Wang, F1998.56.1; Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian
Two Birds - Bada Shanren, 1705 Sumo, Kyoto, Chinese Artists, Chinese Art, Mountain Man, Eastern Art, Kunst
Two Birds, 1705 - Bada Shanren - WikiArt.org
Two Birds - Bada Shanren, 1705
Orchid on vase by Ba Da Shen Ren Oriental, Japan Painting, China Art, Art Prints, Asian Art, Botanical Art
Orchid on vase by Ba Da Shen Ren
Bada Shanren (八大山人, literally "Mountain Man of the Eight Greats", ca.1626-1705) , born as Zhu Da (朱耷), was a Chinese painter and calligrapher. Floral, Chinese Painting Traditional, Dada
Bada Shanren (八大山人, literally "Mountain Man of the Eight Greats", ca.1626-1705) , born as Zhu Da (朱耷), was a Chinese painter and calligrapher.
Flower in Jar - Bada Shanren (八大山人)1626-1705 ,China Japan Art, Japanese Ink Painting, Hoa
Flower in Jar, 1689 - Bada Shanren - WikiArt.org
Flower in Jar - Bada Shanren (八大山人)1626-1705 ,China
Bada Shanren Vintage, World, Map, Vintage World Maps, World Map
Artworks by style: Ink and wash painting - WikiArt.org
Bada Shanren
Introducing Nicoletta Daríta - promoting the disposable to queenly status... Couture, Upcycling, Textile Art, Taschen, My Style, Breien, Fabric
Embroidered Bodega Bags - Make:
Introducing Nicoletta Daríta - promoting the disposable to queenly status...
Love Guangzhou 愛廣州 / Typography by Lok Ng, via Behance Layout, Japanese Graphic Design, Draw, Chinese Graphic, Grafik, Typeface Design, Grafik Design
Love Guangzhou 愛廣州 / Typography
Love Guangzhou 愛廣州 / Typography by Lok Ng, via Behance
BRINGING IN THE WINE libai 将进酒 李白 by liam le Tattoo, Logos, Chinese Fonts Design, Typo Poster, Typography Logo, Typography Fonts
BRINGING IN THE WINE libai 将进酒 李白
BRINGING IN THE WINE libai 将进酒 李白 by liam le
Three Fish Print on Vintage Japanese Book Page #print #fish #japanese Collage, Illustrators, Land Art, Fish Print, Vintage Japanese, Japanese Books
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Three Fish Print on Vintage Japanese Book Page #print #fish #japanese
Shuro HoKi (Palm Broom). Artisan made in Japan. Shuro brooms and brushes have been around since the Edo period. The shuro is a tree in the palm family, native to yushu that has a fibrous bark. Used to make ropes and brushes, it has always been part of everyday life in Japan. Patchwork, Craftsman, Grinder, Brooms, Dustpans, Broom, Whisk Broom
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Shuro HoKi (Palm Broom). Artisan made in Japan. Shuro brooms and brushes have been around since the Edo period. The shuro is a tree in the palm family, native to yushu that has a fibrous bark. Used to make ropes and brushes, it has always been part of everyday life in Japan.