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This illustration inspired by Japanese culture depicts a cat leaving a restaurant in the snow. He wears a rice-straw coat called mino which was widely used in the countryside to protect himself from the weather.


In the background, we can see part of the noren (traditional Japanese curtain) of the restaurant on which we see a fish as well as the first characters of the word nezumi (ねずみ) which means mouse/rat. We can therefore deduce that the restaurant serves fish and is run by a mouse

Poster "Cat leaving a restaurant in the snow" - A3

  • • 6 color screen printing
    • Fedrigoni Woodstock 285gm2 paper
    • 80% recycled fibers, acid-free, FSC certified
    • size 30x40cm
    • printed in France
    • frame not included

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