Koinobori (A3 - linoleum print)

575,00 kr

Koinobori (鯉のぼり) means "carp pennant" in Japanese. The fish-shaped flags are used in connection with the traditional Children's Day, where they are a symbol of health and strength.

The long-lived carp have the energy and strength to swim up against strong currents, which is illustrated by the flags, which stand sharper in the wind, the more it blows. The Koinobori pennants thus symbolize the strength of using the headwind/current to overcome one's challenges and achieve one's goals. Read more about the thoughts behind it here .

  • They are printed by hand, so no two prints are the same - there will therefore be slight differences, which simply makes each individual print unique
  • The linoleum print is printed on 100% handmade cotton paper with a 4-sided handmade border (110 grams)
  • Only printed in A3 (29.7x42 cm)
  • All prints are signed by Ida Holm
  • We recommend framing this in an A3 passepartout frame or a general. 40x50 frame and stick it on a background paper, so that you show the beautiful, frayed edges.

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