a gorgeous addition to your desk or a special spot at home.
at the close of WWII, keisuke serizawa's created his first calendar (1946) stencil dyed on japanese mulberry paper. during the US occupation of japan, the calendar was beloved by high-class officer's wives and shipped home as a uniques holiday gift. for the next 40 years, serizawa produced a new calendar.
after his death in 1984, the calendar has continued to be produced by re-dating his exisitng patterns.
keisuke serizawa was designated a 'living national treasure' in japan for his innovative technique of 'stencil-dyeing' and his work as an illustrator.
this calendar is printed on japanese papers and comes with a plastic stand/hanger. limited edition - they'll go fast!
note - some photos show 2010 - tdon't worry, we'll ship you the 2012!
approximately 4" x 5 1/2"
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