Blossom 6x6 Mini Canvases
Chainstitched Mini Canvases by Kait Makes, created in collaboration with Lisa Taniguchi, a Lettering Artist & Muralist from Vancouver, Canada
ABOUT THE PIECE
Want the look of a chainstitched patch in your home but not sure how to make it work?
Chainstitched canvases are the perfect way to add some texture to a wall or shelf! Easy to hang or lean.
Each canvas is chainstitched by hand on raw canvas and then stretched over a wooden frame and secured.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Lisa is a Japanese-Canadian lettering artist based in Vancouver. Her work can be seen online, on canvas, and as murals as big as 3,000 square feet! Past clients include McDonalds, ban.do, & GoFundMe. Find her work on Instagram @lisa.taniguchi or online at lisataniguchi.com
“Ume” means plums, which are cherry blossoms’ less famous, but equally beautiful sibling! Ume are popular in Japan both for their flowering trees, but also in food. Umeboshi anyone?
It’s no secret that sakura, cherry blossoms, are hugely popular in Japan. They symbolize the life and death - how immensely beautiful, but tragically short life is.
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