Unissograff artwork design "Deidarabocci_Flower_Festival"
Framed print "Deidarabocci_Flower_Festival" hanging on a wall example image
Cherry blossom trees in bloom in Hanamiyama, Fukushima
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Cherry blossom trees in bloom in Hanamiyama, Fukushima
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Cherry blossom trees in bloom in Hanamiyama, Fukushima
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Cherry blossom trees in bloom in Hanamiyama, Fukushima
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama
Original rakugaki art picture from Hanamiyama

042 "Deidarabocci_Flower_Festival" framed print for FUKUSHIMA

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Heralding the coming of Spring by sowing the seeds of flowers over the desolate winter mountains, "Deidarabocci" is a giant guardian god of the forest.
Even with coldest of winters, flowers will bloom.
Embracing this image, this artwork was created to support the children of Fukushima, who suffered not only the devasting effects of the earthquake and tsunami but also those of the nuclear plant meltdown, and who still look to make it the home from where they shall spread wings as they look to the future.

[Deidarabocci (sometimes spelt 'Deidarabotchi') can be found in the popular Japanese animated film "Princess Mononoke". The Forest Spirit, also called 'Shishigami' (Deer God), is the protector of the Cedar Forest and is the god of life and death. Resembling a deer, but with more antlers and a human-like face, it transforms at night into a huge, translucent humanoid entity known as the Night-Walker (Deidarabocci).]

The theme song that "Deidarabocci_Flower_Festival" artistically represents is "Flower Festival", a famous folklore song from Peruvian traditional music.

Unissograff simple logo imageListen to the tune on YouTube here.


This piece is a collage of the 'Spring sketches' of Hanamiyama - known as a sacred site in the world of flower-arranging - made by the children of Fukushima, who still suffer the effects of the nuclear plant accident caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake, together with drawings by Unissograff artist, ca37.

This beautiful digital framed print is hand prepared to order by craftsmen in London, UK (please expect up to one week for delivery).*¹
Unissograff is art that would be incomplete without children.

*Donation Support*

20% of the net proceeds from your purchase is donated to NPO Hanamiyama Conservation Society, who jointly managed the Rakugaki Art workshops with Unisograff artist ca37 in Fukushima City, Fukushima prefecture.

You can view the original rakugaki art drawings from the Tohoku art classes at this link:
Unissograff link symbolTohoku original rakugaki art album.

 

*¹ Delivery times may vary depending upon your location. Please see our Shipping Policy for details.

Designer Framed Prints

Designer Framed Prints

  • Choose from black or white frame
  • Box frame design (35mm width)
  • Size, border and orientation options
  • Crystal clear and shatterproof acrylic pane
  • Museum standard giclée print on 280 gsm fine art paper
  • 5 year guarantee (if kept out of direct sunlight)
  • Handmade in London, United Kingdom

Care Instructions

Out of direct sunlight and inside a frame behind protective glass colour prints can last without significant colour change for 200 years, black and white prints for 400 years.
In order to keep it in optimum condition, we recommend hanging it out of direct sunlight. If your frame gets a little dusty over time, you can wipe it with a dry or slightly damp cloth.

Product size chart

FRAMED ART PRINTS

8x8" 12x12" 16x16" 24x24" 8x10" 12x16" 16x24" 24x36"
Frame
size
23 -
23 cm
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9 -
9 "
33 -
33 cm
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12.9 -
12.9 "
43 -
43 cm
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16.9 -
16.9 "
63 - 
63 cm
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24.8 -
24.8 "
23 -
28 cm
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9 -
11 "
33 -
43 cm
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12.9 -
16.9 "
43 -
63 cm
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16.9 -
24.8 "
63 -
94 cm
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24.8 -
37 "
Print
size
20.3 -
20.3 cm
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7.9 -
7.9 "
30.4 -
30.4 cm
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11.97 -
11.97 "
40.6 -
40.6 cm
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15.9 -
15.9 "
60.9 -
60.9 cm
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23.9 -
23.9 "
20.3 -
25.4 cm
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8 -
10 "
30.4 -
40.6 cm
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11.9 -
15.9 "
40.6 -
60.9 cm
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15.9 -
23.9 "
60.9 -
91.4 cm
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23.9 -
35.9 "
Visible
print
size
19.1 - 
19.1 cm
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7.5 -
7.5 "
29.2 - 
29.2 cm
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11.4 -
11.4 "
39.4 - 
39.4 cm
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15.5 -
15.5 "
59.7 - 
59.7 cm
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23.5 -
23.5 "
19.1 -
24.2 cm
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7.5 -
9.5 "
29.2 -
39.4 cm
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11.5 -
15.5 "
39.4 -
59.7 cm
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15.5 -
23.5 "
59.7 -
90.2 cm
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23.5 -
35.5 "

Overall size of wooden frame
Overall size of printed paper
Size of visible printed paper
Overall size of wooden frame. Overall size of printed paper. Size of visible printed paper.

 

ORNATE FRAME ART PRINTS

12x15" SWEPT FRAME
FRAME SIZE 39 - 46.5cm / 15.3 - 18.3"
PRINT SIZE 30.48 - 38.1 cm / 12 - 15 "
VISIBLE PRINT SIZE 29.1 - 36.5 cm / 11.45 - 14.37 "

Overall size of wooden frame
Overall size of printed paper
Size of visible printed paper
Overall size of wooden frame. Overall size of printed paper. Size of visible printed paper.

[Donations generated by Tohoku artwork]

NPO Hanamiyama Conservation Group logo image

The Great East Japan Earthquake which occurred on 11th March 2011 was a major factor in the creation of Unissograff™ and we are proud to donate to charities that work tirelessly to support children in the area who even now, some ten years on, continue to be affected.

Aftermath destruction left by tsunami in Tohoku

This includes NPO Hanamiyama Conservation Society, in Fukushima prefecture, which through its efforts to protect the Satoyama region around Mt Hanamiyama, renowned in the world of flower arranging, supports children’s hometown education in the area and helped to manage some of Unissograff's initial Rakugaki Art workshops after the disaster.

Cherry blossoms in Tohoku

Inspired by the cleanup activities started by photographer Mamoru Saito who since around 1965 had been taking pictures of the scenery around Hanamiyama, famous for its spring flowers in full bloom, NPO Hanamiyama Conservation Society was established in April 2005 as a "Meeting to Protect Hanamiyama" with the purpose of contributing towards the support of flowering tree (such as cherry blossoms) farmers and the people around Hanamiyama.
Following the the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, the Society has continued to organise and participate in reconstruction support activities in the area, including;

  • Community contribution programmes
  • Nature conservation initiatives
  • International exchange programmes
  • Personal development activities
  • Support activities for various local groups and organisations

http://hanamiyama8141.web.fc2.com/

Image collage from Unissograff rakugaki art workshop held with NPO Hanamiyama Conservation Group
Products which donate to NPO Hanamiyama Conservation Society:
042 Deidarabocci_Flower_Festival framed print for FUKUSHIMA

042 Deidarabocci_Flower_Festival framed print for FUKUSHIMA

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