Weisbecker Tear Off Echizen Washi Post Cards
Philippe Weisbecker is an artist/illustrator based in Paris and Barcelona whose artwork charms many people with unique perspective drawings and uses of lines that are straight but somehow have warmth in them. Wisebecker has been creating many artworks in Japan for advertisement, publications and many more. The 12 oriental zodiac animals he has illustrated in the shapes of Japanese folk toys printed onto washi paper postcards that have been handcrafted by artisans in the Echizen city in Fukui prefecture. Echizen has a history in producing washi paper for over 1,500 years and is well known for its quality washi paper "Echizen Washi".
Four post cards are connected in one sheet of paper, you can easily tear off the paper to break each sheet into four postcards. Or leave them as they are and enjoy - would be great to be framed.
There are 4 sheets of A4 size paper, each sheet breaks into four pieces. You will have 12 post cards total when all sheets are torn off.
Measurements: approx. 11.5cm x 14.5cm / 4.52 x 5.7 inch
Made in Japan