Artwork Panel: 31.2cm x 43.8cm ≈ 12¼" x 17¼"
Silk/Brocade: 40.2cm x 107cm ≈ 15¾" x 42"
Width at Wooden Knobs: 49.2cm ≈ 19¼"Information about caring for your wall scroll
Close up view of the dragon artwork mounted to this silk brocade wall scroll
I was messing around with the design after a customer ordered a couple of these. I wanted to see what this would look like on Japanese Unryu Kozo paper.
This features a dragon in the background with the Bushido, Ishoa, and Kyunnin Crosses in the foreground.
While the wall scroll was handmade, this is a print (not hand-painted). It was printed using a $15000 giclee fine art printer with UV ink.
Because the white fibers are hard to see in the images above...
...Here is a slightly-exaggerated view of the Unryu paper.
I have inquired and done research and could not find any copyright or trademark registration for this image. I am only charging a small amount for the materials, printing, and labor to build this wall scroll by hand, not the image. If you know more about this image, please let me know.
This item was listed or modified
Mar 11th, 2018
Gary's random little things about China:
If you come to China, save your small change...
In Beijing, the government recently passed a law against charging money for using a public toilet.
However, in other cities and towns around China, expect to pay between 2-5 mao (about 3-5 cents) for the use.
Bring your own toilet paper, or expect to pay 5 mao for a small pack of tissue as you enter.
In my opinion, the best public toilet in all of China is at Tian'anmen Square.
This public restroom is not only clean, but also features its own gift shop.