Kizuna Bond Japanese Tortoiseshell Honeycomb in Lavender & Orange

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Japanese Tortoiseshell Honeycomb Lavender Orange

Japanese Tortoiseshell Honeycomb Lavender Orange

Four-petaled flowers set within a tortoise shell grid, called “kikkou” in Japanese. For the colors I picked out soft tones of lavender, orange, green, blue and ecru. I had fun drawing this traditional Japanese kimono pattern and giving it a modern color palette. Hope you like it, too! Enjoy the muted tones and honeycomb shapes. The kanji character is “kizuna”, meaning bond or the ties that bind or emotional ties.

Art prints are available on Artflakes.

Customizable gifts carrying this design are also available on Zazzle. Customize the central circle with your initial, name or other text, for a personalized item. Makes a wonderful gift that will brighten up any person’s day. A version with psychedelic colors is also available.

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