Uruou Nagarekiku Japanese Chrysanthemum River Floral Kimono

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Uruou Nagarekiku Japanese Chrysanthemum River Floral Kimono

Uruou Nagarekiku Japanese Chrysanthemum River Floral Kimono

A kimono-inspired vector art, consisting of stylized flowers with layers of petals like the chrysanthemum but with a simpler structure and fewer petals. It’s inspired by the Japanese “nagarekiku” (chrysanthemums floating on a river) motif. For the color palette I went with violet, purple, pink, navy blue, green, turquoise and aqua, the cool hues of summer. The kanji character in the middle says “uruou” meaning to be moistened or become wet. It could also mean to profit or benefit. I think it’s a good one for celebrating blessings from the river!

It was fun drawing the flowers and river. So happy to share this design with you! Visit my decor blog and read more about my inspiration for this piece.

Art prints are available in the Berlin-based prints store, Artflakes.

Customizable gifts such as bags, coasters, phone cases and tons more are available on Zazzle. Add your initial, name or message for a unique, customized item. Makes a wonderful gift to anyone who enjoys original, stylized, kimono-inspired floral designs.

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